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In Tall Buildings - Driver (2015)

4-10-2015, 11:49
Music | Folk | Indie

In Tall Buildings - Driver (2015)

Artist: In Tall Buildings
Title Of Album: Driver
Year Of Release: 2015
Label: Western Vinyl
Genre: Indie, Folk, Acoustic
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 38:58 min
Total Size: 101 MB


01. Bawl Cry Wail
02. All You Pine
03. Exiled
04. Unmistakable
05. Aloft
06. Flare Gun
07. I'll Be Up Soon
08. Cedarspeak
09. When You See Me Fall
10. Pouring Out

Erik Hall worked patiently and solitarily for four years to craft Driver, his sophomore album as In Tall Buildings. The album comes twenty years after Hall originally fell in love with home recording at age 13 - the year he got his hands on his first multi-track recorder. As a multi-instrumentalist and producer Hall eventually went on to record and tour with several groups, including old friends His Name is Alive and, more recently, dream-pop duo Wild Belle, performing the rhythm section tracks and lending an engineering hand to their Columbia Records debut.
In stark contrast to the dense polyrhythms echoed by his former group NOMO's albums, Driver uses a relatively simple palette to create spacious pop songs, leaving plenty of room for Hall's often Peter Gabriel-esque vocals to shine. The music is powerful in it's restrained simplicity, and a compelling foil to the haunting gravity of his vocal performance. Never rushed, his melodies deliver elliptical lyrics that manage to feel intimate, while retaining a sense of mystery. Ultimately, the album's melancholic vibe is relatable, rather than moping or histrionic, and in the end these songs are incredibly comforting and inviting.

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