Days Are Gone

These three sisters from Los Angeles have put together a great album. In fact, I consider it to be the best of two worlds, old and new. The first half of this record has a distinct 1980s throwback vibe. Just about every track has some hint of the chorus-rich, palm-muted guitar riffs that helped define most of that decade. Starting around track seven, things take a nice turn and end up back in the present. I'll admit, this release didn't hook me right away. I ended up listening to it a few more times because I found the tone of the first half so curious. After a couple passes through, I was a fan.

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