Better Days Ahead (the album) has overdriven pianos, overdriven synth stuff, tremolo treats and it’s chock full of bratty, brown guitar tones on all its tracks. Chord progressions are banged out with reckless abandon, plenty of angst, energy and always manage to end up in the ethereal.
I really applaud the vocal mix on the whole album, it sits right where it needs to - as part of the whole project. It’s not some “Vegas” mix or a victim of the over-produced. Songs are honest, sonically-pleasing and showcase nothing but the song. Better Days Ahead is a keeper and enough to please any discerning indie music fan.
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