Song Review- Plastic Barricades: Lucid in the Fall

Photo Courtesy of Elina Pasok
 

London-based Indie Rock outfit Plastic Barricades introduce the world to a taste of what's to come on their upcoming new studio album We Stayed Indoors. 'Lucid in the Fall' is accompanied by the B-side single 'Tallest Trees'. Both tracks reflect the never-ending lockdowns of the dreaded Global Pandemic era.

Recorded in collaboration with Sheffield-based drummer Chris Barber and German singer/songwriter Aellie Koto, the band's third studio effort focuses on tricky subjects such as Mental health, poverty courage, etc. The brainchild of London-based singer/songwriter Dan Kert, Plastic Barricades also worked with British singer/songwriters John Sibley and Luke Joyce in getting this album finished.Tom Hill mixed the album at Brookhouse studios with longtime collaborator Andy Baldwin mastering at Metropolis Studios

'Lucid in the Fall' is a melodic tale of gluttony and shopping sprees during Lockdown. Beautiful
and enchanting vocals harmonize over simply strummed electric acoustic guitars to reflect the pressures of the time. Words by Anselm Anderson

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'Lucid in the Fall'

'Tallest Trees'



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