Dallas Green is back with his sixth City and Colour album, A Pill For Loneliness, and it’s another belter from the Canadian singer-songwriter. All the usual City and Colour suspects are here – poignant and moving lyrics, a brooding, subtle soundtrack, and, of course, Green’s stunning seasoned vocals. In A Pill For Loneliness, there’s a hint of dream-pop too, with an electronic tinge that makes things even more ethereal than usual.Continue reading “Album Review: City and Colour returns with the stunning A Pill For Loneliness“
It’s difficult to think of the alt-rock and emo scenes without thinking of Jimmy Eat World. The Arizona band have been peddling their emotive wares for a good quarter of a century now, and tenth studio album Surviving is yet another showcase of solid songwriting and killer sounds.Continue reading “Album Review: Jimmy Eat World return with stellar 10th album, Surviving“
Flashing back to an interview I did back in October, with Brisbane singer-songwriter Austen! Her support slot with Love Fame Tragedy wrapped a few weeks ago, but she’s just announced her own tour – head to her website for all the details!
First of all, congrats on the EP release! How does it feel to have your debut out in the wild?
It feels awesome! It’s been a long time coming. It feels like I can finally put this project out there to show people who I am as an artist, and also put a full stop at the end of the chapter in my life that the EP was written about. It’s a really nice sense of closure.Continue reading “Interview: Brisbane songstress Austen talks us through debut EP Passenger Seat“