Album Review: City and Colour
  • TUESDAY, JULY 12, 2011

  • Posted by: Joe Puglisi

If the singer-song writer's goal is to create a finished product that is entirely original, yet invariably relatable, then Dallas Green has made a push toward greatness with Little Hell. While his previous City and Colour albums have been saturated with hallmark diction and terminology like "love" and "hurt" and "strength", his sincerity-casted tracks in his third album feel less like emotional sucker punches, and hit much closer to home. By mixing up his musical style, and hooking a sharp right turn away from the warm and fuzzy, or archetypal depressed-man-with-a-guitar sound, Dallas Green has crafted his most versatile album to date.

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