IT’S A RARE ARTIST who gets MOJO as excited on their seventh(ish) album as we got on their first (OK, second: 2001’s Antique Glow was when he hoved into our viewfinder), but then Kelley Stoltz is a rare artist.
His always-stirring mix of pop and psych tastes different every time, but hardly ever fails to satisfy, and the serrated guitars, ethereal vocals and punchy-as-ever songs makes new album Double Exposure – his first for Jack White’s Third Man label – typically pulse-quickening.
Ready for “spectral Roky Erickson riffola” and songs about girls and Fleetwood Mac? Then click to stream. The reliable Keith Cameron’s 4-star MOJO review says “Double Exposure feels like his best yet”.
Double Exposure is out now.