Brightest Darkest Day

Pyyramids - Brightest Darkest Day
Critic Score
Based on 7 reviews
2013 Ratings: #604 / 956
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Based on 4 ratings
April 9, 2013 / Release Date
LP / Format
Paracadute / Label
Indie Pop / Genres
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No Ripcord

If you've skipped over this release because of the comparative quiet surrounding it, I highly suggest you rewind and hit play.


Throughout Brightest Darkest Day, Pyyramids succeeds in its ability to be simultaneously retro and modern, both bright and dark, as the title suggests.


This is the sort of strong, musically ambitious side project that could easily end up being a long-term collaboration.

Consequence of Sound

At their best, PYYRAMIDS push towards a less anthemic, yet equally dramatic take on Metric. 

The Fly

The eclectic pop created by the LA-based twosome is an honourable-enough bash at splicing Fleetwood Mac-ish melodrama, fidgety electro and Hole-aping grunge. 

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Track List

  1. Brightest Darkest Day (intro) 
  2. Smoke And Mirrors 
  3. Don't Go 
  4. Do You Think You're Enough? 
  5. Paper Doll 
  6. Everyone Says 
  7. Invisible Scream 
  8. Time (Interlude) 
  9. Time 
  10. That Ain't Right 
  11. Nothing I Can Say
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Added on: April 12, 2013