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Album Review: Seasons For Change – Timeless Collective

Seasons For Change, an alternative rock band originating from Hong Kong, China, certainly sound as if they’ve had experience for years in the music industry – but have impressively only been officially together since 2015.

Their EP released in November, Timeless Collective, is worth the listen.

Each track on the EP sounds different from one another, but have similar components and sounds that makes the entire thing flow smoothly and sound good.

Anima, the first track, is a gentle start, providing clean, talented vocals that match the instrumentals. This causes Timeless Collective to start off smoothly, inviting listeners in. Plus, Anima delivers a memorable lyrical voice, with enough energy that will most likely result in a dynamic experience live.

Another memorable track is Sky. Sky is arguably the track with the strongest vocals out of the entire EP, possibly even the strongest lyrical value. The song is honest and raw, but not harsh on the ears. Again, Seasons For Change turned the emotionally riveting track into something that you could easily listen to at any time of day and gently nod your head to.

Timeless Collective stands alone in the list of current EPs, yet manages to draw similarities to other bands, such as Pierce the Veil’s A Flair for the Dramatic from 2007. Seasons For Change are definitely a name to keep an eye out for.

Compositions - 8.5
Brekaing Ground - 8
Engagement - 9
Lyrical Voice - 8.5
Production - 9

8.6

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