Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. Lilith's core lineup-vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo, vocalist/bassist Kelsey Rose Francis, and drummer Adam Demirjian-met at band camp in middle school. It's no surprise that this Allston band's debut LP, Safer Off, shows off a lot of what band camp attempts to instill in a musician: discipline, attention to detail, and creativity in spite of uncomfortable change. The LP may be brimming with color and youthful exuberance-whether in the whirling synths churning across key moments or the album's sunny guitar tones-but with every confident musical choice, there's darkness threatening to cloud the shine. But by the end of it all, Lilith marches to their own defiant and individual beat, one leaving their old haunts-flaky exes, doomed music industry mainstays, and other dangerous games-behind.
Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. Lilith's core lineup-vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo, vocalist/bassist Kelsey Rose Francis, and drummer Adam Demirjian-met at band camp in middle school. It's no surprise that this Allston band's debut LP, Safer Off, shows off a lot of what band camp attempts to instill in a musician: discipline, attention to detail, and creativity in spite of uncomfortable change. The LP may be brimming with color and youthful exuberance-whether in the whirling synths churning across key moments or the album's sunny guitar tones-but with every confident musical choice, there's darkness threatening to cloud the shine. But by the end of it all, Lilith marches to their own defiant and individual beat, one leaving their old haunts-flaky exes, doomed music industry mainstays, and other dangerous games-behind.
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Safer Off (Colv) (Pnk)
Artist: Lilith
Format: Vinyl
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Vinyl LP pressing. 2020 release. Lilith's core lineup-vocalist/guitarist Hannah Liuzzo, vocalist/bassist Kelsey Rose Francis, and drummer Adam Demirjian-met at band camp in middle school. It's no surprise that this Allston band's debut LP, Safer Off, shows off a lot of what band camp attempts to instill in a musician: discipline, attention to detail, and creativity in spite of uncomfortable change. The LP may be brimming with color and youthful exuberance-whether in the whirling synths churning across key moments or the album's sunny guitar tones-but with every confident musical choice, there's darkness threatening to cloud the shine. But by the end of it all, Lilith marches to their own defiant and individual beat, one leaving their old haunts-flaky exes, doomed music industry mainstays, and other dangerous games-behind.