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Lovely Assistant ‘Some Press-ups for Juliet’ : Sits with no more or less of self confidence. The world seems too harsh and diabolic.

Lovely Assistant

Resolution is profound in Lovely Assistant’s ‘Some Press-ups for Juliet’. A river of hopes and dreams, blocked by the nonchalant hesitance of life, a heart looking forth, stutters with dejection. Words of encouragement and thumbs up smiles, glance annoyingly at the one who sits with no more or less of self confidence. The world seems too harsh and diabolic.

With a self-titled debut album coming on October 2nd, Lovely Assistant’s pleasure in the gentile understatement, in folk and pop vibes, glisten with pride and joy.

Kieran Rafferty, David Turnbull, Annie Griffiths and Matt Hardy, make things go in Lovely Assistant.

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