As we told you a month ago, Bullion is taking a much more poppy direction on his new effort. And now that we can listen to “ Love Me Oh Please Love Me EP ”, we can add to it that that pop is strange and grand. Going deeper into the sounds he already pointed towards on “ Say Arr Ee” (his recent single on R&S), Nathan Jenkins lets the sampler be and gives centre stage to organic instruments and his own voice. The result is four new songs (plus a rendition of a Robert Wyatt song and an extra track on the digital edition) on which he masterfully combines eighties pop and psychedelics, placing Jenkins in the premier league of modern British pop. Available now on his own label, DEEK.