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|2.||"Dot In The Sky" (5:32)|
|3.||"39 By Design" (4:55)|
|4.||"Not Just A Name" (6:09)|
|5.||"Hath No Form" (2:40)|
|1.||"Too Soon To Hell" (4:07)|
|2.||"Cold Souls" (5:30)|
|3.||"Kissing The Ground" (3:49)|
|4.||"Behind The Wall" (6:00)|
When Andrew Clinco launched the Drab Majesty project at the dawn of the decade, it was via a cassette of tracks recorded in his Los Angeles bedroom. Following the runaway success of 2015 debut album Careless, Clinco has added synthesizer wizard Mona D to the Drab Majesty line-up. On The Demonstration, her glistening synth work offers a perfect foil to Clinco's New Order and Cocteau Twins influenced guitars, in the process adding ghostly textures that compliment to her band mate's evocative vocals. The stylish eccentricity that marked out previous Drab Majesty releases is still present - see the odd, variable speed ambience of "Hath no Form" for proof - but this largely plays second fiddle to the combo's 1980s indie-rock and synth-pop instincts.
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