Track Of The Day #81: Jargo – Burntisland

Posted by David McElroy

Jargo - Burntisland

Jargo is a project by Fife based Jamie Argo and a few friends and their debut album This Frequency Of Light Is All I Know is released on Fox Box Records today, Cassette Store Day, on, funnily enough, cassette.  Burntisland is taken from that album and is today’s Track of The Day.  A sparse, alt-folk track, Burntisland is a haunting tale of loss and regret that immediately conjures up images of dark, autumn nights and leaves a real impression on you. It’s a superb taster for the band’s album.

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