Once upon a time, in 2020, The Bad Seeds and Hoodoo Gurus fell in love. It was the special kind of love that bore fruit. Nine months later, in the Prince of Wales maternity ward, the lovely on-call midwife named Robert Smith delivered a beautiful baby called Dirty Suits. Dirty grew older and they started playing music for casual drinkers and diners delights.
Body and sound depth that blend perfectly with a good dose of fluidity and an intense sound impact are the main details that make listening pleasant. The guitars mix well with a voice that roughens the atmosphere thus enhancing the listening. It is not the usual trivial proposal, not even obvious, although the genre is now full of more or less valid proposals (and we can certainly put this among the valid ones).
“Nobody Dies Alone” amazes positively for simplicity and naturalness managing to involve and drag the listener towards dimensions made of intense and positive vibrations.