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Album Review

The debut studio long player from the Melbourne-based singer/songwriter, Sirens was originally issued, to much regional acclaim, in Australia in 2014. An alluring talent with a soulful voice that invokes names like Peter Gabriel, Glen Hansard, and Gotye, the latter of whom helped to produce one of Sirens' best cuts, the emotionally charged "Speak," Abraham's original calling was film. The son of a pair of Indonesian pop stars who hit it big in the '70s with their band Pahama, Abraham spent nearly a decade working odd jobs, including a part-time stint in a hospital, before putting Sirens together. Opening with the title track, a lush bit of almost ambient, cinematic folk-pop that barely lasts a minute-and-a-half, Sirens is a both deeply personal and wholly accessible. Abraham's powerful delivery and penchant for wrapping his lead in a swirl of rotating, heavenly backing vocals, suggests Coldplay derived of its studio excesses, but that doesn't mean the young Aussie doesn't have a populist's temperament. While it's true that much of Sirens seems tailored toward dead-of-night/wee-hours-of-morning contemplation, there are genuine, though never hubristic, moments of grandeur. The aforementioned, slow burning "Speak" carries the most sonic might, but it's the lovely "This Is on Me," a duet with Sara Bareilles, that elicits the most raw emotion. Bucolic as a song like "Collide" is, with its sunset vistas and easy, James Taylor-esque gait, it builds to a nice, mild-mannered fury, due in large part to the natural power of Abraham's voice, which always seems on the verge of taking flight. While it never really does, the promise of going full-Vesuvius is always there, and it lends an element of danger and unpredictability to what are otherwise fairly routine, yet compellingly delivered melodies.

Customer Reviews


Beautiful album ;)

Must buy

Beautiful. This voice and this music is inspiring. Unsure why it disappeared for a bit...


As much as I love his voice and album. I wish some of his other songs from YouTube could of been on here or at least made a single. If you're reading this please put up " I love you but " !


Born: Melbourne, Australia

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '10s

An Australian singer/songwriter whose cinematic folk stylings have drawn comparisons to artists like Glen Hansard, Gotye, Ben Howard, and James Vincent McMorrow, Ben Abraham originally set out to be a screenwriter. The child of two Indonesian pop stars who hit it big in the 1970s with their band Pahama, Abraham grew up surrounded by music. A multi-instrumentalist with a soulful voice, he began writing his own songs in his late teens/early twenties while working in a hospital. Eight years later a...
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