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A DAY AT THE BEACH

Airbag

 

Neo-Prog

4.10 | 72 ratings

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steelyhead
4 stars

I didn't know this group of young people from Norway and know I am into the secret: They are good. Clearly They have been playing together for a time, the sound is cohesive and vibrant. There's a ton to like here:

"Machines and Men" is a great opener song with a solid bass line and a fantastic job on guitar.

"Into the Unknown" is a Chvrches song at the beginning, with no Lauren Mayberry to sing it but the song transforms with a guitar work resembling a David Gilmour circa Division Bell.

"Into the Unknown" is a song with a "Set the Controls for the Heart of the Sun" vibe but the guitar work is similar to a more mature David Gilmour.

"Sunsets" is the most honest work here the most true song to Airbag I feel. The guitar work, again, is amazing and the feeling is of pure jest.

Clearly A Day at the Beach is a four star album that keeps playing in my car for a long time. And I would love to see this guys play live.

steelyhead | 4/5 |

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