‘Dresses' is a magnificent, poignant album from American Band ‘Loch Lomond'. Worked on by an array of well respected producers and mixers such as Doug Jenkins (Portland Cello Project), Tony Lash (Elliot Smith/Dandy Warhols), Chris Funk (The Decemberists) as well as by artists Kelly Blair Bauman and Peter Broderick, this album is brimming with talent.
‘Dresses' combines the sounds of piano, flugelhorn, vibraphone, dulcimer, banjo, belle plates and dazzling choral arrangements and has been compared to such contemporaries as The Mountain Coats, Grandaddy and The Decemberists.
'...the closing trumpet calls of Black Dresses supply the record [Dresses] with one final lift to the heavens - a fitting residence.' The Skinny
'Vaguely surreal, harmonic and orchestral.' The List
'Evokes the articulation of emotion synthesized sweetly, euphonically, gracefully... perfectly.' Drowned in Sound
'Very much the work of a band playing off each other's strengths... a quiet triumph.' The Line of Best Fit