Yo released two albums on Pointy Records in the late 2000s, getting great reviews from Q (★★★★ “This could be the start of something major”), Dazed & Confused (“A masterclass in storytelling”), Word (“Perfectly constructed lyricism”) and so on; he supported people like Scritti Politti, Joanna Newsom, Patrick Wolf and Her Space Holiday and was on the main stage evening bill of the Oxford Folk Festival… then he disappeared in a haze of drunken stupor in the criminal underworld of Mexico (OK, we made the last bit up). Now, after five years of making zines and cassettes, Yo Zushi is back with his third album proper, It Never Entered My Mind (Eidola Records) out 19th January 2015.

Advance praise for It Never Entered My Mind:

A gentle zephyr of a country-folk record… Zushi’s slight, boyish voice adds poignancy to the lovely ‘Send Your Love to Me’ and ‘No Use in Waiting Any More’… A glacial excursion into Red House Painters territory - Graeme Thomson, Uncut Magazine