The Belle Jar- Union Station
Mar 5, 2014
Hailing from Copenhagen, this is Teitur’s second release Let the Dog Drive Home .
With an interesting sound to match its name, Teitur counts their band amongst the acoustic, alternative folk-rockers of the indie scene, but in all honesty, their sound comes across a lot softer.
With easy orchestral bass and soothing strings in songs like “Very Careless People,” and a poppy combination of piano and woodwind in “All I Remember from Last Night Is You,” they certainly set the stage for easy listening.
In addition to a well-rounded sound, Teitur shows off great lyrical talent, expressing their ideas in such a way that any listener can relate. Their words flow beautifully with the music, painting a scene for each track—something very difficult to achieve.
Let the Dog Drive Home is a great album full of wonderfully interwoven instrumentals and a brilliantly fun story-line to match. Well done, guys.
Check Out: "Very Careless People"