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Fault Lines

Release Date: Jun 10, 2022

Genre(s): Pop/Rock

Record label: Tin Angel

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Album Review: Fault Lines by Deliluh

Excellent, Based on 2 Critics

Exclaim - 80
Based on rating 8/10

Since last hearing from Toronto punks Deliluh, things have changed -- drastically. After taking the city's scene to "strange and compelling new places" on 2019's Beneath the Floors, these sonic settings would unexpectedly manifest in a move across the Atlantic. Now, the group's potent despondency has found refuge on new record Fault Lines. Once upon a time, Deliluh's restless art-punk reflected the mentality of young artists with a desire to discover and grow, revelling in the slight optimism this unsteady world presented.

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Opinion: Very Good

When a band loses members, it can be game over. For Deliluh however, it wasn't. Relocating to Europe from Canada meant Erika Wharton-Shukster and Erik Jude effectively left the band. They were fundamental to Deliluh's sound, and it's remarkable that Kyle Knapp and Julius Pederson managed to firstly make a new album, and secondly make an album as cohesive, and powerful, as 'Fault Lines' is.

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