Ever We Fall

Album Title: We Are But Human
Release Date: February 21, 2006
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Genre: Indie Rock
We are but human is not just another cookie cutter indie pop compilation. Ever we fall, a trio from Portland, has constructed something that challenges the genre with interesting arrangements and song writing maturity. The production is tight and the vocals are strong without being whiny and affected. There is a sense of moody desperation with lyrics that speak of youth and angst-ridden love in songs like "Youth like Tigers", and "Schoolyard crush". But the album goes beyond the punky romance and delves into thoughtful introspection, perhaps mirroring the process inherent in growing up. Punctuated by hooks and feverish guitars, Ever we fall mixes it up occasionally with bouncy drum beats and slow melodic lines. While not groundbreaking, the album is an example of solid musicianship and an intuitive ability to craft good songs, which should go a long way in the biz.

Writer: Frieda Luk


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