We can’t be sure of whether the story we’re about to be told is that of Life or Death, and that’s the point at which we start our journey with Soulsavers and Dave Gahan.
If we go on an excursion into the history of music in order to find the roots of dream-pop, we have 99% chance of following right till The Velvet Underground.
Finally we have new songs from the band. And we know that forthcoming album still has a working title ’3′ and will probably come out this spring.
Oliver Ackermann rules an army of music lovers, for he created a band that aims to catch you, have you at the gunpoint, shed some light on your inner dark side.
With openminded lyrics and obviously different level of sound in comparison to their previous releases Never Forever can be considered as band’s critical album.
Consisting of only 4 tracks, it features the mixture of indie, rock and even some slight shades of jazz, too. Perhaps that’s the blend that makes all four of these songs sound so good to one’s ears.
It’s so chaotic and incomprehensible for unprepared listener, – this sort of songs are usually written to calm oneself down. This is what they called experimental stuff…
Psychedelic rock, shoegaze, etc, etc… The album is so full of it all that you can’t find a single empty spot on it.
The album not only guarantees great mood, but also is an actual tutorial on subject of “How to make friends”.
To mention the Carl Barât music itself – more acoustic, or choral and orchestral (not in all the tracks, of course, but So Long, My Lover is quite an example); the music’s much more serious, than that of the band – all crazy, with the drive that makes you jump and go all crazy yourself.
Today I sneak the latest volume of Interpol diaries and invite you to have a look at it with me – and with worm of conscience you’ll surely have.
The song surprises by its active rhythms, it doesn’t leave any calm, depressive impression. If everything seems strange to you, replay the single a few times.