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February Montaine’s Mount Nod is a delicate, shimmering slice of DIY pop music. The lo-fi charm sits on that knife-edge between happy and sad, its repeated “I’m on the bottom line but I’m doing fine” changing meaning as the song goes on, plotting the course of Mr Montaine’s sensitivity. What starts out small gently unfolds into an understated English confidence by the end. On the B side Peaking Lights dive into the mysterious undercurrents beneath the surface of Montaine’s worldview. Like all good remixes it sets the artist in a parallel universe, this one a utopian disco slowscape, complete with bubbling clouds and dayglow fountains. Championed by Trevor Jackson, Sam Late of the Pier and Efficient Space, it’s perfect, addicitve pop which generously gifts the listener eternal goosebumps. In Be Pop fashion it’s pressed on white vinyl and this time limited to 500 copies for the World.