But it’s an accurate reflection of what the music of Guest Rooms sounds and feels like. It is a dynamic combination of organic and synthetic sounds that produces a wonderfully fresh vibration that will thrill seekers of pop music free of clichés.
These six tracks are eclectic in nature and explore a diverse palate of textures and timbres – from ambient synths to orchestral horns and the like.
Songs like “With Me”, “Asleep at the Wheel” and “Holy Saturday” are melancholy tightly orchestrated ballads, with Parva’s vocals low in the mix, evoking wistful images of life that engender feelings of sadness and nostalgia at the same time.
For fans of Sufjan Stevens, Bon Iver and Elbow.
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