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Australia is full of musical gems, and Albany’s Liz Dexic is no exception.
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With their latest single, Concede, they’re sure to become a treasured addition to your playlists.
The track is a confident and fresh take on alt-rock. Concede shows the band’s personality whilst also paying homage to the likes of Chevelle and Disturbed. It features bucketloads of grit, textured riffs and thundering basslines. And it’s backed by the grungy, nostalgia-soaked melodies of new vocalist Clay Moir. Throwing the rule book out the window, the band has also experimented with some unique chord progressions. Concede will have you addicted and constantly going back for one more listen.
Ultimately, Concede is an inventive, brilliant track worthy of being a part of the band’s already stellar discography.
Liz Dexic has shone on the lyrical front too. Thematically, Concede is powerful and emotional, covering mental abuse and manipulation. Slick production and mixing from James Newhouse of Lamb Chop (John Butler, San Cisco) and mastering from Leon Zervos of Studios 301 (Muse, Iron Maiden) have also elevated the track, making it sound extra epic. Liz Dexic has gone big on Concede, and it’s paid off. Ultimately, Concede is an inventive, brilliant track worthy of being a part of the band’s already stellar discography. We can’t wait for more.
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