Vibrant and bitter melancholic since the very first notes of opener Snooze, - a blend of elegant jazz patterns and breezy songwriting. The drums/piano percussive phrasing is often of a stunning, contemplating beauty: Bebelle speaks for itself. Fully poetic, so poignant. Or like with Lucy, thoughtful and tense cut. The whole tracklist feeds its tunes on a deeper level, never boring, always catching up the right mood, with an eye for the post-rock fringe and no interest for the current digital age. Alternating swirling crescendo to a more dramatic confessional feel, Radament's kinetic of experimentation goes freely and compelling at the same time. That's how you debut.
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