Following her debut release the Spider EP earlier this year, Gibraltar born, Manchester based songstress, Kirsty Almeida, presents us with her first full album, Pure Blue Green. Almeida originally noticed for her unique individual qualities even though, it'd seem, on the surface you'd think she was another quirky female singer-songwriter but delve a bit deeper and it's a whole lot more than that. Although Almeida doesn't, at present, have the commercialism of her counterparts she does hold the titled of being able to creatively genre hop, as this album proves.
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