Tag Archives: Liz Lenten

AUBURN – Game Of Faith

May 17, 2019

Scarlet 2019 Looking through time and finding the rhyme: anguished Americana as a means of survival. Although it may look like a metaphor, there’s a genuine game attached to this album, with each song assigned a card character – yet … Continue reading

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AUBURN – Love & Promises

July 21, 2016

Scarlet 2016 Fathoming the depth of bliss, Liz Lenten’s ensemble slip underneath the listener’s skin to keep them warm, if slightly worried. A route to happiness requires a rocking horse because only imbalance can bring excitement to one’s life. No … Continue reading

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AUBURN – Mixed Feelings

November 4, 2015

Bat Country / Scarlet 2015 Back to the dimly lit disposition, English ensemble┬ádistill and refine their warm burn. “I can’t function in this state,” admits Liz Lenten in the title song of her third album after getting back in creative … Continue reading

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AUBURN – Nashville

January 5, 2015

Scarlet 2014 Elegant theatricality sees British band up their game and somewhat lose their face. When this band returned into action, after a 7-year leave, with 2012’s , it was a molasses kind of delight that perfectly caught the spirit … Continue reading

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