TUNE RORY BUTLER - WINDOW SHOPPING
Rory Butler’s fourth release WINDOW SHOPPING finds him staring across the reality TV show abyss the world has suddenly come to resemble. Morphing between Robert Johnson and Tim Buckley, through The Waterboys and early John Martyn, this young Scottish son of a preacher man reframes the protest songs of 60's Greenwich Village for the estranged, globalised, selfie-generation. A time-stretched, future musical gemstone: raw, beautiful, wry, honest and love hungry, WINDOW SHOPPING is a lo-fi alt-acoustic ear worm that speaks to anyone weirded out by the star bucked universe and the Costa-living. ‘I’m under-age and over-simplified’, as he knowingly sings it to conclusion...
"A wonderful young talent" - 'Whispering' Bob Harris BBC Radio 2
"One to watch" - Time Out Magazine