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Delay Trees — Let Go (March 24, 2017)

Delay Trees — Let Go (March 24, 2017)

                        Delay Trees — Let Go (March 24, 2017)Delay Trees — Let Go (March 24, 2017) ••→   “We’ve featured new music from Delay Trees for a few months now, but its time to fill in all the gaps by allowing you to venture off into blissful listen with a stream of Let Go in its entirety. But, stop now if you don’t love listening to really great pop music. There’s tons of touchstones on the album, from modern expansive pop tropes to the intimacy of joyfully solemn bedroom pop. Through it all, Let Go feels like the great Brit pop record that never got made; it’s the sort that walks the fine line between artistry and accessibility, filled with warm tones and melodies made to feel personal.” — (nathan.lankford)Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen.Location: Helsinki, Finland
Album release: March 24, 2017
Record Label: Soliti Music.
Duration:     34:26
Tracks:
01 Black Ice     3:47
02 Phases     2:58
03 Brightest Eyes     3:16
04 Best Things     2:52
05 Sound Of Darkness     5:22
06 Blame It On The Snow     2:52
07 It’s Not Who You Are     3:36
08 Pale July     3:21
09 Hum     2:50
10 Hope     3:32
Press:
••→   ”Let Go speaks to endings, beginnings, survival and hope. And it does so with wide~scape guitar pop that soars and inspires.” » When You Motor Away
Personnel:
••→   Rami Vierula
••→   Lauri Järvinen
••→   Sami Korhonen
••→   Onni Oikari

Review
••→   Delay Trees fourth long player Let Go, finds the band in their most melodic moment, with a keen sense of songcraft whilst playing to the strengths of the classic Delay Trees sound. This coming Autumn 2017, Delay Trees celebrate 10 years as a going concern. Four is a key number for the Delay Trees; Let Go is their 4th album, the album cover also consists of 4 ‘pillars’ that “could portray our albums as well as ourselves, the same group of four we’ve been all along”.
••→   There’s tons of touchstones on the album, from modern expansive pop tropes to the intimacy of joyfully solemn bedroom pop. Through it all, Let Go feels like the great Brit pop record that never got made; it’s the sort that walks the fine line between artistry and accessibility, filled with warm tones and melodies made to feel personal.
••→   The band bring some more insight into Let Go: “The songs are our effort to try and understand the ever~changing nature of our selves, of life and of “the everyday” we often feel disoriented by. It Is a ”goodbye” to memories and a ”hello” to a fresh start.
••→   We recorded the album with our long term partner in crime Julius Mauranen at Mankku~studios in Porvoo and at Studio Kekkonen in Helsinki during the summer of 2016.
••→   Additional recordings took place in Hämeenlinna at ‘Odd Jazz’ studios. The album was mixed by Julius Mauranen and mastered by Jaakko Viitalähde. All of the songs are written and produced by Rami Vierula except ‘Hum’ by Onni Oikari.”
Bandcamp: https://delaytrees.bandcamp.com/
Website: http://www.delaytrees.com/
Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/delay-trees/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/delaytrees
Twitter: https://twitter.com/delaytrees
Label: http://solitimusic.com/Fotka uživatele Ben Tais Amundssen. © Photo credit: Juho~Matias Saarikko
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Delay Trees — Let Go (March 24, 2017)

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