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***NOW AVAILABLE ON VINYL!!!! Received a 7.4 rating from Pitchfork. DAVID KILGOUR is a guitar god for guitar atheists. He’s worthy of worship, but his style neither demands nor expects it, all of which only serves to increase his otherworldly cool. Anybody who’s seen the man play live—whether with Kiwi-pop legends THE CLEAN, THE HEAVY EIGHTS, or on his own—knows full well that the instrument is an extension of his body, something he was born to have in his hands. Kilgour has an understated grace; he lets the guitar breathe. Left by Soft, his first album in four years with the Heavy Eights, comes on the heels of the Clean’s excellent 2009 outing, Mister Pop. You could say it's all part of a late-career renaissance, but that implies there's been some sort of valley in his 30 years of making music. This time, there are more of the elegantly chiming chords and beautifully drifting solos, all presented with Kilgour's sparkling pop sensibilities.