Review – Dayliner

By: Lizzie Sharpe

Album – Dayliner
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Release Date – September, 6th 2014
Genre – Indie Rock

Dayliner is a Indie rock band from Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia. The band consists of four members, Derek, lead vocals and guitar, Mark, other guitarist, Jai, bass and, Caleb, drums. Dayliner’s self titled new album is said to put the listener into a autumn like trance, fitting for this time of year.

The self titled album ‘Dayliner’ has twelve full length songs. The album was made to show the view that all the band members have on the outside world and their experiences with it. I have listened to the album and say that I enjoyed it to a certain level. The songs that really stuck out to me was ‘Escape’, Second track and ‘Chloe’s Song’, tenth track. Escape is a faster pace song than Chloe’s Song but they are both pretty good and have some amazing, well written lyrics.

Rating: 3/5

Connect with Dayliner:

My names Lizzie also known as LizzieFizzie. I’m 23 years of age, residing in Ontario and about to start my second year in childhood education. When I’m not drowning in assignments or deadlines I love going to concerts or small intimate shows. My pass time is usually spent listening to music, with friends or my furbabies. I love pop/rock music but slowly getting into the country scene. Some of my favorite canadian artist consist of Hedley, Marianas Trench, and Halfway To Hollywood. I could honestly list then all but it’d be a long list.

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