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Dawn Chorus (album)

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Dawn Chorus
Released6 October 2017
Length37:21
LabelSniffling Indie Kids
ProducerLKFFCT
LKFFCT chronology
The Flower Investment Pawn
(2016)
Dawn Chorus
(2017)
Cayenne
(2018)

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Dawn Chorus is the fourth studio album from the American rock band LKFFCT.

Content[edit]

The eleven-track album was digitally released by Sniffling Indie Kids, on 6 October 2017. It was produced by LKFFCT, and mixed and mastered by Skylar Ross. The album artwork is by Andrea Aidekman. Dawn Chorus is described as "'60s psychedelic classics [mixed] with punk and indie rock," and draws comparison to the music of the psychedelic rock band Strawberry Alarm Clock, the lo-fi rock band Guided by Voices, the rhythm and blues band the Animals, and the post-punk new wave band the Clash.[1] The album is conceptually about anxiety, politics and society, and pursuing dreams. The band cites musical influence for Dawn Chorus from the rock musician Todd Rungren, and the power pop rock band Big Star, and the album features lap steel guitar, saxophone and trumpet.[2]

On recording for Dawn Chorus, Rauch explains that "we consciously set out to incorporate certain instrumentation that we hadn't previously used before," adding "a big part of what I love about this band is how we always seem to challenge and push each other musically."[3]

Reception[edit]

A review by James Damion in Jersey Beat calls Dawn Chorus "warm, uplifting pop rock songs that have staying power that is somewhat of a rarity in a time and place where immediacy and the arrival of the next big thing are far too real."[4] Speak Into My Good Eye's Mike Mehalick describes the album as a "power-pop meets slacker-rock opus." He describes the songs "Hatchling" and "Anesthesia" as "two beautiful guitar-led gems that showcase LKFFCT's brilliant talents and songwriting approach."[3]

Substream Magazine says that "Ayy Lmao" "sees LKFFCT at their absolute best," calling the song "beautiful and breezy, taking influence from the worlds indie rock of the early 2000's and 70's soft rock alike."[5]

Track listing[edit]

No.TitleLength
1."Hatchling"4:19
2."Down the Road"2:11
3."Anesthesia"2:24
4."Sleeves"3:38
5."Flavor"2:22
6."Starling"4:11
7."Ayy Lmao"3:08
8."Bridget"4:53
9."Phobic"3:55
10."Punching Bag"2:44
11."Blue Jay"3:26
Total length:37:21

Personnel[edit]

  • Ryan Baredes – drums and percussion
  • Brian Legentil – bass
  • Max Rauch – guitar, vocals and percussion
  • Keith Williams – guitar and vocals

Additional musicians[edit]

  • James Abbott – guitar and lap steel guitar
  • Harrison Bieth – saxophone
  • Frank DeFranco – guitar
  • Ken De Poto – trumpet
  • Chris Gennone – vocals
  • Elizabeth Lee – vocals
  • Evan Luberger – keyboards

References[edit]

Citations
Bibliography
  • Damion, James (2018), "LKFFCT – Dawn Chorus", Jersey Beat, retrieved 27 February 2019
  • Funk, Joel (2 October 2017), "Premiere: LKFFCT's breezy and beautiful new song, "Ayy Lmao"", Substream Magazine, retrieved 27 February 2019
  • Impose Staff (2017), "Track x Track: LKFFCT – Dawn Chorus", Impose, retrieved 25 February 2019
  • Mehalick, Mike (27 September 2017), "Listen: LKFFCT Returns With "Hatchling" + "Anesthesia" // New LP Out 10/6", Speak Into My Good Eye, retrieved 27 February 2019
  • Pirate! Staff (2018), "LKFFCT - Dawn Chorus", Pirate!, retrieved 27 February 2019

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