10 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Montreal’s Leif Vollebeck writes earnest, weary folk songs that linger long after they’re finished. With guitar, piano, and a watery falsetto, he reflects on heartbreak and the search for meaning with haunting simplicity. Balancing the lyrical flair of Paul Simon (“Go tell Celeste/Who loved you the best/There’s rain falling in the street,” he sings in “All Night Sedans”) and the mournfulness of Ryan Adams, Twin Solitude is the kind of album that rips you apart and pieces you back together.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Montreal’s Leif Vollebeck writes earnest, weary folk songs that linger long after they’re finished. With guitar, piano, and a watery falsetto, he reflects on heartbreak and the search for meaning with haunting simplicity. Balancing the lyrical flair of Paul Simon (“Go tell Celeste/Who loved you the best/There’s rain falling in the street,” he sings in “All Night Sedans”) and the mournfulness of Ryan Adams, Twin Solitude is the kind of album that rips you apart and pieces you back together.

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