Saturday, 7 September 2019

Cirrus Bay - The Art Of Vanishing (2019)


The sixth album from this band from USA.

The band has been reduced to Bill Gillham on guitars and keyboards.
He is helped by three other musicians who provides bass, drums, saxophone, guitars, backing vocals and female vocals.

Cirrus Bay is a band I really like and you will find my reviews of their first five albums in # 1 of this blog.

The band plays a form of flowery neo-prog with female vocals. The vocals reminds me a lot about Annie Haslam.

Renaissance is indeed a good reference on their music. There is a lot of symphonic prog on this album.

The music is pretty light and fluffy with a lot of pop influences. It still have a lot of interesting details. The sound is pretty retro and is looking back forty-fifty years in time.

The vocals is very good and the musicians is doing a good job too. The vocals is the major good thing here and is adding a lot of quality and identity to this album.

The album is fifty minutes long and it is a good album. This band never let you down and this album is worth checking out.

3 points


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