Tallulah

Feeder - Tallulah
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Based on 9 ratings
August 9, 2019 / Release Date
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saydemesne
89
Rating this so much more than 'All Bright Electric', which felt a little too discordant. 'Tallulah' is stripped back, without losing the catchy hooky and melodies that make them Feeder.
Vanners
40
A band that is seemingly unable to experiment with new sounds and direction, but they clearly don't care. Even then they offer a very mixed bag of mediocre 90's rock songs, apart from that one "Kyoto" song where they suddenly change up to some nu-metal track. Feels very out of place, albeit not awful. There are glimpses of something pretty decent, but they don't really amount to much as the lyrics themselves don't exactly captivate you in any way.
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Track List

  1. Youth
  2. Blue Sky Blue
  3. Daily Habit
  4. Fear of Flying
  5. Rodeo
  6. Tallulah
  7. Shapes and Sounds
  8. Guillotine
  9. Kyoto
  10. Kite
  11. Windmill
  12. Lonely Hollow Days
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