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Sweet Fall

by Redmoon

Like its forerunner, the celebrated Wintersong, Sweet Fall succeeds in forging 60:s pop, impassioned folkrock and poetic imagery in a mould of shimmering guitars och great songwriting.
Genre: Rock: Folk Rock
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1. I Saw God
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2. Hide Your Love
3:51 $0.99
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3. Into Her Room
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4. London to Saigon
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5. Sweet Lies
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6. L'l Funny Face
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7. Somewhere She Goes
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8. Bone
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9. Breaking
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10. Wasting My Time
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11. Memory
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12. Fall
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Alex Johnson

Sweet!
After ten years of silence, Sweet Fall by Swedish Redmoon is an unexpected but interesting release. Musically the band's music could be described as a mix of Kinks and Smiths, on this particular record with a hint of latin music. Compared to its forerunner, Wintersong (2009), Sweet Fall comes across as a somewhat softer and less gloomy effort. Make no mistake here. Songs like Bone and Hide Your Love are really dark. But tracks like Breaking and Sweet Lies strike a carefree tone that you simply didn't hear on the earlier album. And talking abouit Sweet: "Little Funny Face" might be the prettiest song I've heard this year, although some friends of this band might find it too saccharine.

The album is not flawless. At some points there seems to be no clear direction, or musical vision. Different songs send you to different places. A lack of self-confidence perhaps? But there is also some really fine songwriting here, Hide Your Love (mentioned above) and Into Her Room are among the highlights. Shining guitars and soulful lyrics add to the picture throughout the twelve tracks of the album. Sweet!
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