Fear of Life

by Creative Adult

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Rebecca
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Rebecca Creative Adult have reeled it in with this one. Fear Of Life is a masterfully crafted blend of contemporary shoegaze, psychadelia, and all sorts of post-punk influences. Eight-minute bookends surround an album full of creativity, vocals somewhat a blend of the floaty shoegaze archetype and the spoken-word post-punk model. It’s paced perfectly for both lounge-listening and slow-dancing, and provides quite the hazy meditation. Favorite track: Moving Window.
Greg Hutch
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Greg Hutch Love the post-punk feel, very layered, vocals that mix in with the music and are not overbearing. Not so far off from Punk that it lacks energy. Favorite track: Moving Window.
Adam Reiss
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Adam Reiss This album is too good. It is simultaneously immediately catchy and strangely elusive. You'll pick up new stuff every time you listen to it. Standouts are I Can Love and Moving Window. Don't sleep on this band. Favorite track: I Can Love.
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released August 5, 2016

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