|Add Date:||2017-11-26|| ||Pull Date:||2018-01-28|| |
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Lina Tullgren writes dark, poetic songs with expansive, billowing structures. On her debut LP, "Won", Tullgren's voice sounds distant and almost alien, as if projected from a different dimension. She relies on sparse instrumentation to flesh out her rousing lyrical wisdom; crafting open-minded songs that push the conventional boundaries of a singer-songwriter. |
Like: Palehound, Half Waif, Faith Healer, Florist
Play: 1, 3, 7, 8
1.Asktell (2:57) - Dark guitars discordant bursts over its foundational moody pulse.
2.Perfect (3:13) - Sorrowful and artfully layered indie rock ballad.
3.Face Off (4:55) - Reverberated lullaby.
4.Red Dawn (5:08) - Barebones guitar strums and a sinewy riff fill out this track.
5.Fitchburg State (3:18) - Basement Lo-fi, heavy bass beautiful guitars.
6.Slow (2:41) - Straightforwardly melancholy song.
7.Get Lost (3:25) - Dominant high guitar tones, nice melody vocals.
8.Summer Sleeper (2:17) - Like sad and twisted Beach Boys song.
9.Fate (2:57) - Mumbling background horns and strings, is one of the slowest songs.
10.Static Burn (1:37) - Short lo-fi full reverb guitars whit sweet vocal melodies.