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Also - scalable to buy on vinyl from - in Glasgow - Mono Records, Love Music and Mixed Up Records; in Edinburgh (Vinyl & CD)- Vox Box Records, Underground Solu'shn and Assai Records; in Dundee - Assai Records...

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Sanna Graham
Merci to The Skinny for their barry 4 star thoughts!
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‘‘Carbon Compound Combinations sounds different every time you listen to it. At first glance it sounds like some sort of experimental I Am Kloot, and then it morphs into something else entirely, as meandering and mesmerising instrumentals underpin Graham Clarke’s vocals. What’s more, Sanna’s much-anticipated debut album gives us a chance to hear Clarke’s lyrics more clearly than in their live shows, and the poeticism of this self-effacing frontman is starker than ever.

Clarke’s voice reverberates through the crevices of Martin O’Donnell’s guitar (Pop Chong), and Sylvia Bell completes the three-piece, masterfully navigating cello, clarinet, vocals and keys throughout. There's also a warmth and intimacy to be found in the album's production, courtesy in part to co-producer Gavin Fort, best known for his work with Main Ingredient.

At times, when listening to Carbon Compound Combinations, it really feels like you’re in the room with the band, which might be due to the fact that it was recorded in a series of different spaces around their home city of Edinburgh. In Eco Devo, Sanna perhaps pay tribute to the fact that many of those spaces no longer exist, having fallen victim to the economic pressures that hang over the independent music industry – 'It’s in your town / There’s economic devastation all around'.

Carbon Compound Combinations is a record that rises and falls like breath, with buoyant moments punctuated by backing synths (Divine & Conquer, Elements), followed by slower reflections with soft harmonies and atmospheric guitar (Remember 6, Suppose). Although each time you return to this album, something new reveals itself, it also feels like you’ve been listening to the same record the whole time. It’s fresh but familiar and it’s bloody lovely.’’

Sanna - The Skinny Review

Sanna Graham
Pre album launch gig...

SANNA PLAY ELVIS...Shakespeare!!!! A wee special pre album launch gig, and a chance ti get yir mitts on the Vinyl b4 official release, at Elvis Shakespeare, Leith Walk on the Saturday 11th of May at 2.30pm! Expect a' thi hits!!!

Sanna Graham