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Album Review

Upon hearing Lewis' Even So, most listeners will find it impossible not to make Radiohead comparisons. The resemblance lies not only in lead singer Brett Tohlen's emotive falsetto, which sounds uncannily like Thom Yorke's, but also in the quartet's moody, textured, alt-rock soundscapes (especially in those places where the band uses a Rhodes piano). Although familiar sounding, Even So's downbeat, orchestrated indie rock is still performed with muscle and delicacy. Lewis' craftsmanship and conviction are commendable, but ultimately don't make up for the fact that the band's sound is mannered and derivative.


Genre: Dance

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Lewis burst onto the scene in 1999, when their Progress & Regress revealed their knack for tense, jangly emo rock. The band, consisting of vocalist/guitarist Brett Tohlen, guitarist Matt Beaton, bassist Jeff Truly, and drummer John Owen Parish, was named after the author C.S. Lewis, causing many to confuse them...
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