Yngve & The Innocent are the folk-pop equivalent of a Cheese String. There's nothing inherently awful about them, and they have some redeeming qualities, but at the same time they're a little too bland and a little too processed, and they leave you hungry for something with more flavour and character. Why bother with Yngve's Cheese Strings when you could be eating Conor Oberst's rich, pleasantly sickly stilton or Iron & Wine's extravagant and versatile gorgonzola? At least - to conclude the most thinly-stretched metaphor you'll read all week - they're more palatable than James 'Dairylea Dunkers' Blunt.

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