Lily Moayeri

music journalist since 1992 teacher since 2004 blogger since 2012 podcaster since 2020

Morning After Girls: alone (Xemu)

Morning After Girls alone (Xemu)

This group of boys does an exceptional job of interpreting classic shoegazer elements: moody introspective lyrics, swirling psychedelic melodies, and walls of fuzzy guitars. Their hook-laden hold on songwriting, however, which is serene and static-y in turns, stops alone from becoming generic and pushes it far past shoegazing boundaries.

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This entry was posted on January 11, 2011 by in Reviews, Shallow Thoughts and tagged , , , , , .

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