Loveholic – Invisible Things Review

invisible thingsThe music of Loveholic doesn’t sound like it should interest me with radio-friendly rock songs, but for some reason it pulls me in and doesn’t let me forget who I’m listening to. Their 2004 album, Invisible Things, is thirteen songs of varied songs that keep their foundation in only good songs.

Most of the songs sound like they would fit any soundtrack or Korean drama OST, and I think that speaks volumes for the band. They create distinctly unique tracks that sound familiar, but contain elements that only work with the band as a whole. I first listened to Loveholics, but it’s sad that the lead vocalist left the group because there is so much to be impressed about.

Regardless of genre preference, the songs are catchy and Loveholic deserves a listen.