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Album Review

Bella is a trio from Vancouver that does a neat little bit of mixing and matching on their first record for Mint, No One Will Know, and ends up with an instantly recognizable, completely enjoyable sound. They aren't the only band around that operates using some combination of squelchy old synths, new wave-inspired rhythms, New Order-y basslines, angular indie rock guitars, and indie pop sweet vocals. There are quite a few in Sweden (Suburban Kids with Biblical Names, the Legends, Vapnet), a couple in Canada (Immaculate Machine, the Gay), and a handful in the U.S. and elsewhere (Tilly and the Wall, the Rentals, Architecture in Helsinki) that come to mind, but Bella does it so well, it feels like they're the first to ever try it. What makes them special is their perfect balance of melancholy and sweetness, of simplicity and unpredictability. The lyrics are the melancholy part, dealing with snowy days, sleeping alone, that good old standby heartbreak, lousy apartments, and rotten dreams. Never too mopey or personal, they pack a punch using a few keywords and phrases. The voices are the sweetness; both drummer Tiffany Garrett Sotomayor and keyboardist Charla McCutcheon have angelic voices that blend in perfect harmony and soar shyly on their own. They also sing everything very straight with absolutely no excess technique, letting the melody and the words impart the emotion. The starkness of their voices and harmonies really hits hard on the album's slow ballads "Settle Down" and "No One Will Know." Bassist/guitarist Cameron Fraser handles the vocals on a couple songs, and though his voice is more impassioned, it fits well with the girls' harmonies and gives the band and album another dimension. The simplicity of the record's arrangements works well in the group's favor, again letting the melodies and vocals breathe. The unpredictability from song to song as to the components of each arrangement keeps things interesting since the band uses a different synth sound, guitar tone, or drumming style on just about every track. Of course, without songs to fill the excellent arrangements, they are just empty window dressing. No problem there; Bella has the songs. The best on the album ("Give It a Night," "Camelot," "Don't Sleep Alone," and "Didn't Mean to Break Our Love") are as good as any pop, indie or otherwise, in 2007. Bella may not be reinventing the wheel on No One Will Know, but if you are a fan of indie pop, you simply have to have this record in your collection.

Customer Reviews


Amazing retro sound - very 'Power, Corruption and Lies' era New Order. Problem with a lot of these retro bands is that you love a song they do, then every other song they do sounds like the first one. This album is not like that. VERY rarely to I give each song on an Album 4+ stars (in fact usually I trying to keep it to a bare minimum so they don't clog up my Playlists), but literally every track here deserves 4+ stars. Looking for a decent level of diversity? You've heard the SOTW, 'Give it a Night'; also check out 'Didn't Mean to Break Our Love', 'Unless You're Golden', and 'No One Will Know'. But seriously, album is solid front to back. C.

Glamourous Canadian indie at it's finest

Very nice. I originally fell in love with the band when I heard the single "Give it a Night" as the itunes single of the week. When I heard that this dynamic trio was from Canada, however, I was stunned. I think that this tis a very revolutionary album. If even a few groups took after these talented people, the music industry could be slightly revolutionized. If they could make their way into the mainstream music culture, they could very easily go far. But prehaps that is what gives them this beautiful charm that they have. That they havn't been corrupted by the media and mass publication just yet... Only time will tell what's in store for Bella in the near future.

not too shabby

i really like this new band. "give it a night" is really catchy and i was happy to see it as the single of the week. overall i like it. their sould is unique and fun to listen to!


Genre: Pop

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Vancouver indie pop trio Bella consists of Cameron Fraser, Tiffany Garrett Sotomayor, and Charla McCucheon swapping instruments and trading off their lead singer duties in an accessible style of music that could be classified as retro-danceable shoegaze-pop, if such a genre existed. The songs are crafted with simple drum machine beats, clean guitars, Casios, and boy/girl harmonies (or girl/boy harmonies, depending on which member takes center stage) in an electro-clash of airy vocals and peppy pop...
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