It’s back in 2007 and you just heard Bon Iver for the first time all over again. Not quite, but you are falling in love with anything – something – like you did way back when you felt so alive for hearing something that punched such a hole in your soul. Luke de-Sciscio is a singer-songwriter based in Bath in the UK, who “moored on a narrow boat, has immersed himself in a world of song writing, nature and vinyl.” It appears that hiding away in a cabin or floating around on a boat is something we should all be doing if we hope to make music for people to cry to. ‘Patterns of Revolution’ is a stripped down reflection of overwhelming love and loss, comprising of simple guitar chords and his Jeff Buckley-like falsetto. The words “I’m getting a tattoo to forget you’ live long on in your mind after the song dwindles, and sound even better at 3am.