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Album Review

Comprised of two former members of the Nightblooms holed up at home with their instruments and an ADAT, Safe Home sound like some odd but appealing amalgamation of electronic minimalist baroque folk-pop for shoegazers. Or at least that's what comes to mind after giving their first full-length album, You Can't Undo What's Already Undid, a spin; Esther Sprikkelman's ethereal and airy vocals ride over the top of the spectral, bare-bones melodies created by Sprikkelman and Harry Otten, which are mostly built from suspended keyboard patches, electronic loops, and subdued acoustic and clean electric guitars (with the sharp tone of a distorted electric adding the occasional bit of punctuation). Sprikkelman's impressionistic lyrics are as much about mood as they are about literal meaning (especially given her breathy vocal style, which gives sound and feeling and edge over enunciation), but they certainly communicate well enough, and it's hard to argue with the shimmering beauty of the final product. You Can't Undo What's Already Undid is hardly recommended for long drives late at night, but anyone looking for a quality smart pop chillout would be well-advised to put Safe Home on their shopping list.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Playing electro-acoustic folk-pop in a style that's at once beautiful and enigmatic, Safe Home came together in the wake of the breakup of shoegazer rockers the Nightblooms. After the group disbanded, vocalist Esther Sprikkelman returned to the Netherlands and intended to leave the music business for good. However, she soon found herself dreaming up ideas for new songs, and so she began collaborating with Nightblooms guitarist Harry Otten, with Sprikkelman writing lyrics and Sprikkelman and Otten...
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You Can't Undo What's Already Undid, Safe Home
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  • 8,99 €
  • Genres: Pop, Music, Pop/Rock
  • Released: 04 June 2002

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