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Cloud Nothings - Life Without Sound

Their peers fall away with each and every song.
Cloud Nothings - Life Without Sound
Published: 9:49 am, January 27, 2017
Their peers fall away with each and every song.

Label: Wichita Recordings
Released: 27th January 2017
Rating: ★★★★

Cloud Nothings are a band who continue to evolve, without ever losing touch of their DNA. Their fourth album still sounds definitively like the band who have three previous top-drawer efforts behind them, but in the same breath it feels like so much more.

With his songwriting chops grown to a fearsome length, Dylan Baldi is up there mixing it in the A leagues now. As ‘Modern Act’ and ‘Internal World’ prove, their peers fall away with each and every song. Christopher Jones

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