Tuesday, April 21, 2015

New Album from Hamilton's Ophelia Syndrome Imbued With Energy and Soul!

Ophelia Syndrome are one of the best indie bands around and their latest incredible CD, North Sea shows you why.  The Hamilton group craft their songs well and know how to give each track a unique spin.

From the livelier numbers (Love Me Right, North Sea) to the beautiful slower tunes (The Hope, Not Tonight), the gang know how to imbue every one with a sense of energy and soul.  Using both modern and old school sounds, they manage to create something very worthwhile.

Produced by the band along with by Kori Pop and Dan Rodrigues, this album will stir you emotionally and physically.

CDs and downloads can be purchased through their Bandcamp page.  Other download options include iTunes and eMusic.

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Video above courtesy of Ophelia Syndrome


Some albums escape our radar, so occasionally we'll be catching up with some mini-reviews!

The band's 2011 release, All Things Forgotten also has songs with their own personalities.  Many of the tracks have a jazzy feel but the Ophelia Syndrome throw in some classical, rock and pop elements in for good measure.  You really should check this one out.

It's also available via Bandcamp (download and CD), iTunes and eMusic.

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