11 Songs, 39 Minutes


Ratings and Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings
5 Ratings
Villa Bellangelo ,

Love It

I first fell in love with N. Lannon’s music back in the early 2000’s with Chemical Friends. The combinations of Elliott Smith‘esque vocals, original/relevant lyrics, and great instrumentation, made Nyles Lannon both immediately familiar, while also being a great new voice.

The N. Lannon voice is familiar on this latest album, but the style is evolved.

It isn’t the “sound of today,” but that’s why I like it. There is a consistency to the sound, but a diversity of styles not found in the earlier record. Want Me, Hole, and Valerie are very different approaches to song-craft, but like any great musician, Lannon is recognizable as his own person.

Instantly adored by fans of Elliott, Simon and Garfunkel, David Bazan, Erland Oye, and Postal Service, it is a mental displacement from 2015 back to 2003-2010 - and you know what? - I love that. Thanks N. Lannon, and please keep the great music coming.

Francis Verlaine ,

Beautiful album

Lannon more than fills the void left by singer/songwriters such as Nick Drake, Jeff Buckley and Elliot Smith. This is one of those rare albums that’s suitable for morning, day or night, work or other. Intricate guitar, haunting melodies and stirring lyrics unite the work. It really is high art at its pinnacle.

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