Shadow of the Season perfectly captures Seattle’s urban gloom. Slow rock instrumentation elicits feelings of nostalgia as artist Nick Emard sings of love, finding oneself, and growing up in the cloudy, gray city he calls home. Whether he writes with admiration or disdain for his hometown is up to listeners as he preaches imagery such as “the wind it whispers to me” and “eaten alive by fog”. The record’s last song, “Harbinger” is an artistic masterpiece. It contains simple yet effectively uneasy guitar tracks as Emard sings clever, brilliant lyrics such as, “Did you write the book or did it write you/Did you walk a mile in two left shoes”. Shadow of the Season is perfect for listeners looking to slow down and reflect.

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Genre: Rock