Ant Brigg’s Guilt Hands Shining are a melancholy two-piece from Southend-on-sea, Essex. Currently un-signed, the duo are slowly building a solid reputation in the south-east and this, their latest offering, will help enhance that reputation. Mixing acoustic guitars, keys, and sublime vocals Boxes is a really strong showcase of how versatile a stripped down sound can really be.

Act II is a topsy turvey melting pot of heart felt harmonies and melodies that twist and turn in mature manner. Proof positive of the talent and dynamic sound GHS create. Stand out track; Turf war tips a nod in the direction of Jeff Buckley, whilst Mistakes, is a song that Coldplay wish they could churn out but probably can not - Bold as that may sound! Nice key arrangements and vocals reminiscent of Chris Martin fronting Joze Gonzalez give you the vibe.

Available on-line in March; check out the Guilt Hands Shining my-space page for more information.