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Triumphant return

Let me start by saying I'm a long time fan. Having first heard them in 2008, the new single stands up to their old stuff as well as offering something new for those unfamiliar to the band. Lizzy Powell still has the touch for writing a catchy song.

One Song

Only one song for release, but sounds like the same quality of Cloak and Cipher. Can hardly wait for the rest.

Welcome Back! Wonderful “Life After Youth” Channels The Sundays

Elizabeth Powell and band are back after long hiatus and show no signs of rust with an impressive “Life After Youth.” Powell’s lilting vocals and guitar work are reminiscent of vintage Harriett Wheeler of The Sundays, along with some impressive, introspective songwriting skills. The brooding “Inner Love” has familiar beat of “It’s Okay”, while uplifting tunes like “This Time”, “Loving” and “World Made” separates this album’s voice from their previous offerings. Like their title says, “Life After Youth” paints a fresh mosaic of musical styles that permeates their personal evolution from the past 7-years. Enjoy!

Biography

Formed: 2005 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Land of Talk features Elizabeth Powell (vocals/guitar), a former punk who got her start playing her own anti-folk anthems on the local scene of Guelph, Ontario, during her mid-teens. Upon her college years, with stints playing with the Aaron Riches Nuclear Family Band and the Valentines behind her, Powell set her sights on a solo career in the late '90s. While gigging in and around Ontario and Quebec, she met bassist Blake Markle and a friend of his, drummer Bucky Wheaton, and they formed Land of...
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