Daybehavior - Follow That Car!
Synthpop After two great singles, 'Silent Dawn' and 'It's a Game', Daybehavior's long awaited album 'Follow That Car!' is finally here. And to sum up things already from the start, it's a synthpop album you don't want to miss.

Generally speaking, Daybehavior focus on the slower paced synthpop and Paulinda's soft and quite melancholic vocals blend together perfectly. You will find yourself enjoying the clever and thoughtful lyrics, mostly about love and broken hearts. The melodies here are quite clever, instead of removing the spotlight from the vocals, it highlights them, and it works perfectly.

While the album might lacking top notch hits, the production, quality and high standard of each and every track will keep you entertained the album through and through. Sweden has always been at the toplist of synthpop countries and it's nice to see Daybehavior continuing that tradition and places itself in the forefront.

I really don't want to namedrop any tracks, because that would devalue the tracks I do not mention, and I don't want to do that. All 12 tracks with its 55 minutes of playtime is worth your time. Daybehavior has made such an impressive comeback.

If you are going to buy a couple of synthpop albums this year, make sure that Daybehavior's 'Follow That Car!' is one of them. It will give you your money's worth.
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Brutal Resonance

Daybehavior - Follow That Car!

8.5
"Great"
N/A
Electroracle
Spotify
Released 2012 by Graplur
After two great singles, 'Silent Dawn' and 'It's a Game', Daybehavior's long awaited album 'Follow That Car!' is finally here. And to sum up things already from the start, it's a synthpop album you don't want to miss.

Generally speaking, Daybehavior focus on the slower paced synthpop and Paulinda's soft and quite melancholic vocals blend together perfectly. You will find yourself enjoying the clever and thoughtful lyrics, mostly about love and broken hearts. The melodies here are quite clever, instead of removing the spotlight from the vocals, it highlights them, and it works perfectly.

While the album might lacking top notch hits, the production, quality and high standard of each and every track will keep you entertained the album through and through. Sweden has always been at the toplist of synthpop countries and it's nice to see Daybehavior continuing that tradition and places itself in the forefront.

I really don't want to namedrop any tracks, because that would devalue the tracks I do not mention, and I don't want to do that. All 12 tracks with its 55 minutes of playtime is worth your time. Daybehavior has made such an impressive comeback.

If you are going to buy a couple of synthpop albums this year, make sure that Daybehavior's 'Follow That Car!' is one of them. It will give you your money's worth. Oct 12 2012

Patrik Lindström

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Founder of Brutal Resonance in 2009, founder of Electroracle and founder of ex Promonetics. Used to write a whole lot for Brutal Resonance and have written over 500 reviews. Nowadays, mostly focusing on the website and paving way for our writers.

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