In a live setting, Lincoln’s blét certainly fits the dream-pop moniker it ascribes to its sound. It’s absorbing, enveloping and earnest.
Without dropping the sincere reflectiveness in its lyrics and swirling instrumentalism, blét’s debut LP, Borrowed From The Breeze, takes a step outside of that, as if the listener were standing next to and not inside of the experience. The trio — Joe Kozol, Cole Keeton and Spencer McCoy — marries echoing chords with rock ‘n’ roll lead riffs, vocal harmonies front and center on the Mark Wolberg-produced record.
Listen in as our podcast team reviews Borrowed From The Breeze, which was released last Saturday at The Bourbon.
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