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Never Shout Never fall short with ‘Indigo’

At their worst, Never Shout Never sound like Jason Mraz set against more of a dream-like musical texture, wordplay and everything with Indigo.

“I’ve got sixty-nine problems and the witch ain’t one” is repeated more than once in the first track “Magic.”

At their best, the band has a groove similar to Smashing Pumpkins’ Ava Adore on the track “All Mine,” but that doesn’t last long enough.

More than anything, this seems to be a band that is playing the songs, singing the songs, but not living them. The words are empty, with little emotion behind them at all. This is what indie-pop would sound like if it were performed by robots.  Pitch-perfect, but not human.

Rating: 1.5 stars out of 5 stars


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