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Her Name Is Calla - A Moment Of Clarity CD (album) cover

A MOMENT OF CLARITY

Her Name Is Calla

 

Post Rock/Math rock

2.00 | 1 ratings

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memowakeman
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2 stars A two-song single spread on 10 minutes is what this great band offers here, released on 2011, "A Moment of Clarity" gives the listener a short but nice post-rock experience. The title track starts soft but little by little the intensity increases, making some short stops where vocals appear on a disarming tune, first accompanied by guitars, later by drums and other instruments. The climax appears just before the fourth minute, in a instrumental passage full of emotions and energy, where horns add a special touch to the sound. Excellent song!

The other track is "Lincoln", a more atmospheric piece with a kind of somber background made by keyboards while vocals sing. While the seconds pass, the intensity increases, maybe it's not easy to notice it, but it happens. Sadly, the song does not explodes, I mean, there is not a memorable moment that one could keep.

I like a lot Her Name is Calla, their music can be listened/downloaded via Bandcamp, so it is a new chance for you to know new interesting bands. Anyway, this is not my favorite release from them, I think they have better offerings.

Enjoy it!

memowakeman | 2/5 |

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