Album Review Eades - Delusion Spree

Eades are exploring as much as they’re introducing, and it’s expertly done.

Eades - Delusion Spree

This may be Eades’ debut album, but what they’ve maintained from their back catalogue - the summery gang vocals of ‘Backseat Politic’, the title track and opener ‘Reno’ - is elevated by the aspects of their sound they’ve developed further. The brooding build of ‘Saying Forever’, is one of the sharpest examples of Eades’ blending of their many facets. Rather than packing everything into one, they strip back the sunshine and deliver something equally as bubbly through more concentrated instrumentation. And then they slip into ‘Voodoo Doll’, which by comparison is practically a ballad – it fits and yet it doesn’t, delightfully, hooked like a chain-link to the previous track by the odd new-wave texture. On ‘Delusion Spree’ Eades are exploring as much as they’re introducing, and it’s expertly done.

 

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