Observer New Review: Wasuremono

One to watch: Wasuremono This West Country four-piece manage to combine joyous, oddball pop with reflections on mental health In Japanese, the word “wasuremono” describes something forgotten or left behind – you’ll hear it to describe luggage left on railway platforms. But there’s a hint of longing and nostalgia there too, which chimes perfectly with Read more about Observer New Review: Wasuremono[…]