Tuesday, 2 January 2018

Emerald Dawn. The - Visions (2017)


The second album from this British band.

The band is a quartet with a lineup of drums, bass, flute, guitars, keyboards, saxophones, flutes and male & female vocals.

The Emerald Dawn is a new band who has got a lot of positive attention and praise during the last couple of years. I reviewed their 2014 debut album Searching For The Lost Key back in January last year. You can read my review here.

I was not that impressed by that album. I was in fact very critical and did not really rate it. So I did not have any expectations to this album....

The band may have changed a bit of their sound and music during these three years. Visions is a dark, gloomy downtuned album with some very sombre vocals.

The saxophones brings in a good comparison with Van Der Graaf Generator. That on the top of the neo-prog this band gives us.

This is a gloomy album. It is not a funeral dirge, though. There is some hints of lights and hope here on the melancholic album.

The music is good throughout and the band has improved a lot. They have also found their genre and niche. I hope we will hear more from this band in the future.

3 points



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