Unfamiliar Things Drop Debut Album

Unfamiliar Things

Unfamiliar Things Drop Debut Album

Get ready to rock away by the enchanting sounds of Unfamiliar Things! The Unfamiliar Things release their self-titled debut album. Fans of Hozier, Death Cab For Cutie, The Decemberists, and Bon Iver are in for a treat. The album features 10 delicately-crafted songs. And, the tracklist blends the band’s unique sound and dynamic energy.

About Unfamiliar Things Debut Album

From the whimsical soundscape of “The Strangest of Art” to the sardonic sonic portrait of “Gasoline Rainbows” and the melancholic “Old Haunts”. Unfamiliar Things captivate listeners with their varied soundscapes and honest, self-reflective lyrics.

“I worked to create a dynamic spread of moods and genres so that I might captivate audiences who’d stick with me through my career. I’ve said a lot on this album, and I’ll have a lot more to say in the future.”

Frontman Matt Levy said.

Also, the album’s production is nothing short of impressive. Mastered by Gene Grimaldi, whose discography includes Sting, Fletcher, and Lady Gaga. An additional fun fact, the album was created in the same studio as “The Doors” iconic founding member Robby Krieger. Unfamiliar Things has brought an Emmy award-winning music team to lend their creative flair.

Finally, this debut album follows two acoustic releases in the fall of 2022 and the effervescent single “Most People”. Subsequently, “Most People” released earlier this year in January. Unfamiliar Things with their unique sound and dynamic energy is sure to make a mark in the world of alternative rock. Following the album flows well and is highly relatable which most audiences will enjoy. Furthermore, songs worth noting are “The Strangest Art”, “Most People” and “Trick of the Light”. Those are just a few to name, however, it is ultimately up to the listener and their mood to choose from the tracklist. Don’t miss out on this captivating collection of songs! We can’t wait to see what is next for Unfamiliar Things.

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