Dead Letter Chorus
Dead Letter Chorus
The result: a strangely captivating recording by a group of artists who are on the cusp of stardom. Dead Letter Chorus ventures outside the boundaries of the typical genres. They find aspiration in the work of artists that challenge themselves and their listeners. If you are seeking influences, begin with early Dylan, Emmylou Harris and Rolling Stones – and move to the more contemporary styles of Ryan Adams and Martha Wainwright. DLCs music slides in and out of many genres whilst maintaining that overall feeling one gains from a brilliant folk artist: Intensely personal, yet reaching to universal issues and emotions. Dead Letter Chorus fill a void in the Australian music scene that is at times too caught up in image and hype.
The honesty and prose contained within each song fascinates and engages individual listeners. The musicianship of Dead Letter Chorus imparts a haunting primitive beauty which can only be created by artists who truly enjoy their music and style. Featuring prominent players from established Sydney bands, Midnight Swim and Days like Stars, they have already supported the likes of The Vasco Era, Joel Plaskett (Canada) and Bertie Blackman. Whether you love the live energy of performance or easy listening within the confines of your room, it cannot be denied that Dead Letter Chorus is already making their mark within the music industry. Here's what some people have already been saying about this humble band from Sydney: Oceans Never Listen "Gabrielle Huber's angelic voice was a nice counterpoint to Cam Potts' full throated roar. You could feel the emotion dripping through each song.
This band is not relying on beats and trendy rhythms, it is writing heartfelt, touching songs that mean something" Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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