In its review of Mason's Boys Outside album, The Guardian wrote:
[I]n this stripped-back setting, in which Mason's muted guitar and piano melodies are given a subtle electronic frosting by producer Richard X, his meditations on depression and heartbreak are devastatingly direct. "I lost my way when I jumped in the river"; "I cannot find myself to hide": the melancholy is almost suffocating. And the lovelier the music – in the swooshing, soaring chorus of "The Letter," or the shimmering "All Come Down" – the more achingly fragile Mason sounds.Well, I guess I'm a fan of suffocating melancholy because "All Come Down" really speaks to me: pure, direct, haunting. While I prefer the album version, you can also see and hear Mason deliver the song in this acoustic performance:
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