Tuesday, 5 June 2018

Track Review: The Lulls - 'Good Night America'


American duo The Lulls have shared their new single 'Good Night America'. Splitting their time between New York and LA (lucky them), the band have been ridiculously busy touring the US, recording demos in the Idyllwild mountains and finally showcasing their talents at SXSW.

The track opens with shimmering guitars accompanied by a driving beat. The Californian sun comes to mind immediately as the instrumental cruises along with different textures and musical traits that scream of sunshine.

Credit: Evan Schell
The Lulls aim to encompass the whole of America through poignant, irreverent, and empathic storytelling. Vocally the melodies are quite subdued counteracting with the bright instrumentals throughout the track. These musical moments work well as it draws the listener in to really focus on their lyrics.

The choruses are super catchy making this tune the perfect soundtrack to summer. The Lulls have definitely created an intriguing sound that is only helped by the brilliant mixing skills of Kurt Feldman (DIIV, Pains of Being Pure at Heart). The final moments of the track are fantastic with the tune building as it transforms into a great indie bop whilst the title of the track is repeated.

Overall, this is a great summer tune. The Lulls have created a catchy, accessible and equally poignant song that will sit perfectly on any summer playlist. 


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