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Dying of the Light is The Parlophonics’ Album Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed The Parlophonics in the past but this band is back with an Album Dying of the Light and I want to share my thought about it.

Dying of the Light is The Parlophonics’ Album Out Now

Listening to an entire album can be a transformative experience, allowing you to fully immerse yourself in a band’s musical universe.

With “Dying of the Light”, The Parlophonics deliver a nostalgic and refined album that showcases their impeccable musicianship and vast experience.

What truly sets this album apart is the passion and joy that emanate from every note and lyric. It’s clear that these musicians approach composition with a deep love for their craft. This shines through in the quality of the songs. From start to finish, “Dying of the Light” is a soothing and engaging journey that leaves a lasting impression.

The songs themselves are a testament to The Parlophonics’ artistry, with deep and intense lyrics matched by qualitatively high chord progressions and arrangements. Even more remarkable is the fact that this album was created remotely, yet the resulting alchemy makes it sound as if the band recorded the songs together in the same room.

Overall, “Dying of the Light” is a must-listen for any music lover seeking a truly magical and captivating experience. With its flawless execution, heartfelt performances, and seamless production, it’s no surprise that this album earns, for me, a perfect 10 out of 10 rating.

Dying of the Light is The Parlophonics’ Album Out Now!


Dying of the Light is The Parlophonics’ Album Out Now

Electric supergroup, The Parlophonics (founded 2020), found their true calling as a threepiece rock outfit by working together long distance in perfect harmony. Lead vocalist Hugh Macdonald, guitarist and bassist Robert Horvath, and Fernando Perdomo on guitar and drums blend their individual sounds to celebrate their mutual love of retro BritishRock and Pop music.

With Macdonald based in London, Horvath recording in Dresden, and Perdomo rocking all the way in North Hollywood, The Parlophonics stay true to their independent vision without being backed by a major industry label. Their latest release, Dying Of The Light, is a true tribute to UK classic rock with The Parlophonics own indie twist on their musical style.

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