Reflection of Youth
EERA - Reflection of Youth
Critic Score
Based on 3 reviews
User Score
Based on 12 ratings
November 3, 2017 / Release Date
LP / Format
Big Dada / Label
Art Pop, Indie Rock / Genres
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CRITIC REVIEWS

90
Loud and Quiet
There is exploration, frustration and uncomfortable pain in excess. But above all, ‘Reflection of Youth’ is impeccable because it holds nothing back. While it thematically seeks to wrestle life’s problems head first, it goes one further to knock them out cold.
85
The 405

Whereas EERA echoed the likes of Lana Del Ray with her cautiously sensible melodic approach, Reflection of Youth explores newfound territory, leaping into the world of punchy guitar lines, barren drum grooves, and raucous yet controlled instrumentation.

60
The Skinny

It’s telling that Reflection of Youth was mostly composed in the small hours of the night. It’s an album that perfectly suits the dark, as it’s often painted in haunting, stark guitar melodies that reverberate around the tracks and lo-fi tones.

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Track List
  1. Living
  2. Beast
  3. Christine
  4. I Wanna Dance
  5. Survived
  6. 10 000 Voices
  7. Watching You
  8. Trust
  9. Wise Man
  10. Reflection of Youth
Contributions By
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Added on: November 3, 2017