Their catchy hooks of "I'll wait for the summer" and "with sunny days and starry nights" are memorable lyrics and I found myself singing them throughout the days after first listen.
The guitars are simple but effective with decent solid playing throughout. Nothing extraordinary but solid, just solid, with some well executed classic licks. The Vocals cut through well enough, if not a little funny sounding in parts. But hey, that's coming from me, I'm no Freddy Mercury either and this is a review. How can you fault the bass? It sits perfectly to the song. The one thing that didn't sit well with me, and perhaps I'm being harsh in my review, were the drums. Unless their drummer is, in fact, Mr. Drumachinemann, to my dodgy ears it sounds a little too perfect for a rock song. It sounds like the same snare hit throughout (perhaps intentional with samples) but there's nothing wrong with a bit more of a raw/unquantized drum take. Their drums are a little too perfect in my opinion. Call me an idiot but to fit a rock song like theirs, I would prefer something with a bit more of a human touch but loads of bands do this now. Maybe I am an idiot? The drums are by no means bad, they are really good......., now I feel bad.....
Apart from my horrible nasty comments (who wants to read a lovely review of something???) I think Lagg are a good band capable of pulling off their desired sound. The production, mix and master are top quality and I think there is a massive audience to whom this would appeal. Good Luck guys, I wish you all the best.
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