One more split CD for 1090 Club (see past review), this time, sharing the cake with The Forecast. An ep full of brilliant indie rock coloured with spleen, new songs enriched with violin swirlies, - listen to Idle Talk, - then piano, guitar, underground pop rock burning well on Ode. On each track, it's like members of 1090 Club found a perfect riff, and They wanted to work on it until the end, until it's complete in its own Melancholy and so that its after-taste still can stay fixed for a longer in Your head, - a feeling They seem to be somewhat devoted to, as Steve Lynch's voice and lyrics. They end with a outro in crescendo, with distortions and noise, - as They were swearing They have still much to say. The Forecast are some emo-core kids, scream out loud and run with fast guitars and drum beats, as on I Lost Everything in Re-entry, with male and female vocals, - and then They close Their contribute with a ballad with heavy guitars on After Winter.
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