10 Songs, 50 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Montreal’s Leif Vollebeck writes earnest, weary folk songs that linger long after they’re finished. With guitar, piano, and a watery falsetto, he reflects on heartbreak and the search for meaning with haunting simplicity. Balancing the lyrical flair of Paul Simon (“Go tell Celeste/Who loved you the best/There’s rain falling in the street,” he sings in “All Night Sedans”) and the mournfulness of Ryan Adams, Twin Solitude is the kind of album that rips you apart and pieces you back together.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Montreal’s Leif Vollebeck writes earnest, weary folk songs that linger long after they’re finished. With guitar, piano, and a watery falsetto, he reflects on heartbreak and the search for meaning with haunting simplicity. Balancing the lyrical flair of Paul Simon (“Go tell Celeste/Who loved you the best/There’s rain falling in the street,” he sings in “All Night Sedans”) and the mournfulness of Ryan Adams, Twin Solitude is the kind of album that rips you apart and pieces you back together.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
9 Ratings

9 Ratings

handsomelake ,

Hey big al you’re trippin’

BALLS if you call this overproduced....

Steve Barrett ,

This guy is amazing!

Soulful, moving, powerful- almost haunting.

big al18 ,

Not as good

This is my third time writing a review for this album on iTunes. Every time it seems to disappear. So here I go again. The first two albums LV put out were amazing. The lyrics were cleverly written and were Billy Joel like stories. This album was just over produced pop. Not very good. Hope to see more LV in the future.

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