Isidore





When Australian and American bands unite, good things can happen. Isidore is proof that this formula works. Combining the talents of Steve Kilby (The Church) and Jeffrey Cain (Remy Zero), the duo creates a dark, melodic muscical landscape that makes this one of the most stunning releases of the year. This project began as Cain composed an instrumental track, which was sent to Kilby for vocals. The end result is a melancholic gem that is difficult to label. The album starts off with “Musidora,” a song that shimmers with swirling guitars and echo-filled vocals. Next up is “Refused On Temple St,” which is a gorgeously haunting song that looks back to The Cure and Travis for musical inspiration. Isidore shows that writing melodies in pop songs is becoming a lost art, but it is still out there somewhere in the waters between the US and the land down under. If there was ever a perfect soundtrack for a rainy day, this is it. To get a taste of this album for yourself, check out the streaming audio on their official website.

Isidore
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