Album review of Supernatural by Jont
You only have to take a quick glance at Supernatural's unimaginative track-listing to know you're in for a real treat.
Supernatural is the third album from London based singer-songwriter Jont. And to his credit, he's equipped with a solid singing voice. Unfortunately, that is the only positive you can find. With the glossy production, the Instantly recognisable melodies (via the means of acoustic guitar, strings and piano) and the incredibly dross lyric writing, Supernatural is too busy wrapped up in it's own romantic idealism to ever become anything other than an album so generic it almost makes you sick.
If anything, Supernatural will appeal to large section of a mature audience (a musically deprived section). You know exactly what kind of people I'm talking about.the sort of people that own David Gray's back catalogue. If you're one of those unfortunate souls, this is for you. If not, don't even waste your time.
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