Lucid Fall – 아름다운 날들 Review

I don’t think I’ve listening to Lucid Fall in a long time. I’m not sure what they used to sound like, but with their fifth album, they securely enter a indie jazz genre. It’s light and friendly, highlighting a lot of lighter melodies.

The album thrives on simplicity. There isn’t much beyond guitar and vocals with additional of small flourishes with percussion and even string accompaniment.

The recording of the album also has a full-band feel. It sounds like vocals and guitar were recorded in the front with accompanying instruments playing in the background.

Volume 5 is eleven songs of light indie rock, a style that hasn’t been around for a bit. Lucid Fall bring back the style expertly with the album.