Al Lewis & Sarah Howells

EP | Al Lewis – Our Lines Remain

Following on from last year’s In The Wake, North Wales singer-songwriter Al Lewis is preparing for the release of the follow-up later this year and has delivered the first taste in the shape of Our Lines Remain, a lovely little…

FFS interview: Al Lewis & Sarah Howells

The very charming Al Lewis & Sarah Howells agreed to have a chat with us before the exhibition showcasing the artwork for Sarah’s album with her other band, Paper Aeroplanes at Riverside Studio in Hammersmith. The duo have recorded their…

Album: Paper Aeroplanes – The Day We Ran Into The Sea

Born from the ashes of acoustic pop outfit Halflight, Paper Aeroplanes are the combined musical talents of vocalist Sarah Howells and guitar-man Richard Llewellyn – and it doesn’t take Poirot-esque detective skills to work out that the debut from welsh group Paper Aeroplanes is an indie-pop record – from the sweetly fairytale-ish album name to the cover art depicting vocalist Sarah Howells running through a field strewn with feathers – everything about Paper Aeroplanes screams of the kind of doe-eyed, twinkly twee currently being peddled by the likes of Noah and The Whale and Theoretical Girl. So how does the music itself measure up?