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COBBLER

WE REVIEW THE NEW ALBUM FROM COBBLER – NO ONE KNOWS THE QUESTION

Reyt, You’re strolling through the bustling streets of Sheffield, the hometown of Cobbler, the enigmatic artist behind “No One Knows The Question.” You pop in your earbuds, hit play, and suddenly you’re whisked away. But where too?

The album opens with “I Know Where God Is.” It’s haunting, with those strings pulling at your heartstrings and the samples combining with Cobbler’s raw vocals hitting you like a ton of bricks. It sets the tone for what’s to come – introspective, honest, and real.

Then comes “Wanderlust.” It’s like taking a midnight drive through the moors, with Cobbler at the wheel, weaving in and out of genres.

“Dinosaurs And Meteors” is a different. It’s playful, chaotic, and utterly captivating. You find yourself nodding along to the beat, caught up in Cobbler’s exploration.

“A Guy With A Bad Idea” slows things down a bit, but don’t let that fool you. This track is a powerhouse, with Cobbler’s vocals cutting through the silence like a knife. It’s raw, it’s real, and it hits you right in the gut. Shades of local legend Jon Mcclure in there too.

“No White Knight.” It’s stripped-down, bare-bones, and utterly captivating. Cobbler lays it all on the line, with lyrics that cut straight to the bone.

“Big Sky” is a breath of fresh air. It’s expansive, sweeping, and utterly smooth. And then there’s “Shitshow.” What can I say? It’s chaotic, it’s messy. Cobbler pulls out all the stops on this one, with a riotous romp.

“The World Turns and Zero” slows things down a bit, with a soulful ballad that cuts straight to the heart. Cobbler lays it all on the line, baring his soul for all to see.

And finally, “Vincent Vega” closes out the album on different nte again. it chilled, atmospheric and took me by surprise to end the album.

It’s a rollercoaster with highs and lows that leave you wondering what just happened.

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