Title Of Album: Night Becomes Light
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: Universal Music
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: V0 Kbps
Total Time: 42:35 min
Total Size: 81 MB
01. Home Again
02. Show Me Love
03. Forget the Numbers
04. Everybody Else Gets Wet
05. Too Late
06. Valley Where The Rivers Run
07. I Will Not Go
08. Fits (Too Drunk To Drive)
09. City Still Warm
10. Six Months To The Day
11. Dublin Love Song
Delorentos released their fifth record last week, after three LPs and this year’s acoustic album Unbroken, Untied.
If there’s one thing their fans have come to expect, it’s quality. And Night Becomes Light delivers that again, but in more complex tones. The Choice Music Prize-winning Little Sparks revealed a depth and confidence that was a brilliant progression from a band that had been consistent in its songwriting, and always with a few punch-in-the-gut hits on their previous two records. So where do you go from there? Night Becomes Light is loosely thematic in its setting of Dublin, home, and the experience of a band doing their thing in that setting.
But what is stand out on this album, aside from the blatant catchiness of tunes such as ‘Show Me Love’ and ‘Forget The Numbers’, is a delicateness that was previously revealed on ‘Petardu’ and ‘The Stream’. Here, in ‘Valleys Where The Rivers Run’ and ‘City’s Still Warm’ elevate that tenderness to another level. You can always tell a rock band’s quality in the quiet moments, and Delorentos mine new depths when the volume is down, and even more so when that fragility turns into empathic proclamations, such as the epic ending, ‘Dublin Love Song’.
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