Spotlight :The Dears

The Dears, a loose collective of Montreal-area musicians formed in 1995, are led by the charismatic Murray Lightburn. Citing Serge Gainsbourg as a major influence, the band combines cabaret-style vocals with a moody, intense brand of orchestral pop/rock. Lightburn's vision for the band is to create music out of real emotions, often giving his performances the feel of a musical therapy session. Given the level of intensity that this vision can require, it's not surprising that the Dears have endured numerous member defections, including a guitarist, drummer, and two bass players. The Dears released their debut CD, End of a Hollywood Bedtime Story, on Grenadine Records in 2000. In early 2001, the band entered the studio to record the follow-up, tentatively titled Deuxième Partie. In 2004, the full-length No Cities Left was released.

They'll release new album Gang Of Losers.There are some great songs and i think they tried new things not old crap not same sound.You should keep your eyes open for their new album.After listening No cities Left,everyone says it's a great band to listen theese days.Songs in No cities left will touch you,i'm sure it will.
Buy No Cities Left


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