Review: Lee Scott – Tin Foil Fronts


They say that it’s practice which makes perfect. Lee Scott claimed that the idea of creating Tin Foil Fronts struck him back in 2011, but after beginning to lay down material in 2012 the majority of tracks envisioned for the album were either scrapped or thrown into the three projects which he has since put out. It was last October when Scott released the album Stupid Poignant Sh!t, which he once confessed to me as “the quickest sh!t I ever wrote”. Having listened to his latest album Tin Foil Fronts, I now grasp that his previous release didn’t completely cover the quality that he’s capable of.

This review has been contributed to Fabricate – online magazine:



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