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Blues Pills - Lady In Gold cover Pills have followed on their debut with a powerful punch, releasing Lady in Gold on Records. The rock/ is fronted by a powerful female vocalist, Elin Larsson, and she wastes no time in flaunting her vocal prowess, belting out the title track ,  a fast moving tune with amazing background vocals as well.  Little Boy has a classic American sound as well. Guitarist Dorian Sorriaux is amazing on Burned Out.

Next is an almost surprising track on the album, I Felt A Change. It could possibly be classified as a ballad, a mellow tune with some keys and organ. Larsson’s vocals take on a more gentle sound, but are still full of power. With this tune, it seems like a small break before going back to the rock, but it’s a welcome, enjoyable break.  The rhythm section of Zach Anderson on bass and Andre Kvarnstrom on percussion are a pair as the ramps back with tracks such as Gone So Long, Bad Talkers, and You Gotta Try. Won’t Go Back is another powerful tune that you might want to put on repeat, and Larsson is a woman scorned and full of in Rejection (once again with smooth background vocals). The comes to a close with Elements and Things, a hard rocking tune with a somewhat trippy, psychedelic solo section in the middle.

Officially available on August 5th, Lady in Gold is available in multiple formats: CD-DIGI+DVD, CD-DIGI+ Disc, DIGI+DVD, Vinyl (black, gold, clear, bone, hot pink), and Vinyl Mailorder only (orange, yellow, lilac/neon bi-colored, clear+green/orange splatter). Make sure to grab a copy in your favorite format and take your Pills. A solid sophomore for the band.

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