Unloved might be best known for soundtracking ‘Killing Eve’, but their third long-player, ‘The Pink Album’, widens the scope. Epic yet intimate, and gloriously diverse, it’s a beautifully spun fusion of psych hallucinations, fearless invention and melancholic jazz – and that’s only the half of it

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