According to Clash Music, “James Yorkston and Nina Persson are – on paper – a bit of an odd couple. One is a folk-hewn Scottish songwriter, whose quiet intensity has resulted in a singular catalogue. The other is Swedish, someone who took The Cardigans to international rock-pop stardom. New album The Great White Sea Eagle thrives on these differences, however, unlocking hitherto unexplored regions in both of their voices. To say it’s an under-stated triumph doesn’t do it justice – it’s a warm, enriching song cycle, much greater than the sum of its part.” The site has an interview with the pair – read it here, and get The Great White Sea Eagle spinning at your station.