Review: Amongst The Pigeons – Silence Will Be Assumed As Acceptance

The first review of my new album …

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Silence Will Be Assumed As Acceptance is the fourth album by eclectic electronica artist Amongst The Pigeons. The album was recorded in his ‘shedio’ between the summer of 2019 and the winter of 2020; a period of time which saw global lockdowns, international protests and upheaval in just about every aspect of daily life. That is very much reflected on the album, with lyrics from a number of guest vocalists referencing key movements, events and themes of the last year or so.

There are two ways to listen to Silence Will Be Assumed As Acceptance – try and decode and decipher every track and every lyric, or just sit back and enjoy the ride. Both approaches have their merits and are equally enjoyable. It is an album of big themes and Amongst The Pigeons doesn’t shy away from tackling big topics which is to be applauded; indeed it would be…

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