Blame Club makes music, and with that music comes a few stories. That’s as simple as it gets. Elusive as it may be, the music speaks for itself on their debut self-titled album
Think restrained vocals emerging from humble sounds with emotion in Mithian and poetic imagery in Harbour. The understated vibe and simplicity makes for unhurried, almost omnipresent listening. A Hymnal is beautifully melodic and melancholic, and the tunes continue to evolve with lyrical skill and sounds melding together in The Floor for spacious, picturesque arrangements continuing into Remembering On Film. Despite all the ebbs and flows across the album, the sound returns to sparse and understated in the mellow Dark Psalms.
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