A Pill For Loneliness

City and Colour - A Pill For Loneliness
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2019 Ratings: #372 / 543
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Based on 18 ratings
October 4, 2019 / Release Date
LP / Format
Dine Alone / Label
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Hypnotic music of high production values with magical potent lyrics that gave me goosebumps, especially the sublime track, The War years...
This album was okay. After the first four tracks I started to realize that they are all starting to sound the same. There are definitely a few filler songs on the track list, but it still holds okay. The genre I would place this album in would be "Spa-Pop Indie" (if that's a thing). There were a couple of tracks that I loved, the first two are the best example. The ballad "Astronaut" is gorgeous. "Mountain of Madness" is good as well. There are a couple of ... read more
The album feels like a complete change in genre to the previous released. It almost feels genre-less in it's approach as there isn't one genre I could tie it to.
Rec Tracks:
Mountain of Madness
Young Lovers
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Track List

  1. Living in Lightning
  2. Astronaut
  3. Imagination
  4. Difficult Love
  5. Me and the Moonlight
  6. Mountain of Madness
  7. Song of Unrest
  8. Strangers
  9. The War Years
  10. Young Lovers
  11. Lay Me Down
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Added on: August 16, 2019