Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only

Album Review of Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only by Seahaven.

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Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only

Seahaven

Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only by Seahaven

Release Date: Mar 25, 2014
Record label: Run for Cover Records
Genre(s): Emo, Pop/Rock, Alternative/Indie Rock, Post-Hardcore, Post-Rock

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Reverie Lagoon: Music for Escapism Only - Fairly Good, Based on 2 Critics

Punknews.org (Staff) - 70
Based on rating 3.5/5
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Seahaven are charting a pretty cool course this year. Touring with Touché Amoré and mewithoutYou is a good way of promoting Reverie Lagoon: Music For Escapism Only and from the reactions online, it seems that they won over a lot of the crowds. It comes as no surprise given that Kyle Soto's tortured soul and ability to script the most visceral of lines help bring the band's melancholic music to the spotlight with minimal effort.

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Rock Sound - 70
Based on rating 7/10
70

"Seahaven have taken a really bold step in defining their sound and creating a genuinely cohesive, start-to-finish album. " SoCal’s Seahaven – another dot on the geographically-named-bands map – sent a pulse through their scene with ’11 debut ‘Winter Forever,’ and their indie-punk sound seems much more refined on their second album. Most notably, they seem more confident this time around; produced by singer Kyle Soto, the vocals in particular are clearer and mixed louder than ‘Winter Forever,’ making it a really bold step in defining their sound and creating a genuinely cohesive, start-to-finish album.

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