Hometown: Chicago, IL
Tags: indie, under 2000 listeners, experimental, original, art-pop
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The irony involved with naming a band that thrives on a multi-layered, percussion-thick sound after a noun meaning a period of inactivity is perhaps the only obvious thing you will get from A Lull, who appear ready to carry the torch as the next great Chicago band. The lyrics and overall feel are lonely and triumphant at times, like listening to a man bragging about his sexual prowess to his cat, but perched atop the dense, gliding beats of debut album Confetti, they are never out of place, like the perpetually disinterested look of that very same cat. Saying a band produces a “wall of sound” is a tired cliché to be sure, but it truly is an apt description of the meticulously-designed work A Lull produces. In a time wrought with interchangeable indie groups, it is beyond refreshing to hear a band strive for something unique and hit their mark as impressively as they do. more at myspoonful.com
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