Lullabier – 2512
Lullabier taps into a celebratory spirit on the soothing “2512”. Rather tender in tone, the songs unfurl with a gracefulness. Classical, chamber pop, and folk come together into a satisfying whole. Embracing space, the way these pieces seem to float on into the air feels so majestic. Vocals drift off as if in a fantastic dream. Melodies have a great richness to them, while at times flirting with nearly a drone-like ode. By choosing such a wide variety of styles, Lullabier ensures that the whole collection feels fully realized and emotionally moving.
Things start off on a graceful note with the stylish soothing tones of “Natale a Ceneda (feat. Faro)”. Featuring a full choir, the entire track positively sparkles with joy. Guitar and piano intersect in such a gorgeous fashion. Little details go a long way, from the little flourishes of melody to the quiet rhythm. Multifaceted with its approach “Natale a Serravalle” celebrates togetherness with acoustic guitars drifting up into the air. Intimacy gives “White Dizziness (acoustic)” a lovely hue. Quite patiently Lullabier go for a meditative emotional approach, as the song unfurls with a degree of timelessness. Voices come together to become a great tapestry of sound. By far the highlight of the collection “With a star (Brian John Mitchell Remix)” feels akin to a sonic blanket, with the many layers working to deliver something that feels so reassuring. Ending the collection “With a star (Brian John Mitchell Remix)” feels the just right level of sleepiness.
With “2512” Lullabier go for an intimate style, one that feels so warm and inviting.