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Strange Biology

David Macleod

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Like a fine wine

Canada. Birds alighting on crisp winter days. Intricate finger picking and tenuous piano chords to highlight the beating of their wings. David Macleod’s vocals summon all this with a wit and delicacy that is sweet and somehow not saccharine. “Strange Biology” evokes Coldplay’s Chris Martin, CSN-style strumming, with lovely female harmonizing support from Katie Moore and Emma Baxter. On “Methodized,” a quiet tune that boldly speaks of breaking free of the conventions and expectations that ossify our lives, Macleod urges us, “Oh we’re so protected/Let lightning strike the water/ Electrify…Oh we’re so tightly methodized/Let buttons fly, lose your alibi/Liquefy.” This is thoughtful, folk-rock for adults at it’s best. He slips in a few hand clapping, foot-stompers, but Macleod is strongest when he sticks to the mesmerizing folkie territory. The opener ‘Long Goodbyes’ asks “have you ever listened to a song/ That don’t say much but it’ll do you wrong?” None of these tunes will do you wrong.

Strange Biology, David Macleod
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