Although the harmonies in general are exceedingly simple, their beauty is formidably lucid and exponentially enchanting, and surpasses the obvious rules of the genre. With an empiric approach that softly exposes a lovable universe that increasingly creates a conflagration of arduous advances in our musical memories, the splendorous melodies that expand beyond the reach of the melancholic algorithms of the songs are juxtaposed by a genuine desire to completely dilute with the sound, and become part of music.
With a beautiful style that becomes evidently supreme at the sonorous elevation of its own established standards and gracious ordeals, the music on Lights and Guns and Fire is an arduous and amazingly confident anthem of the dissolution of the spirit. With philosophic and downwardly poetic lines of guitar, this fantastic and expansive work reenergizes the symbolic line of its own graceful universe, concentrating at the height of its monumental ambitions the wonderful sensibility of an art yet to be fully deciphered.
Talking softly with the epitomes of the soul, and transcending all lines of ordinary possibilities exposed within the genre, Damirah has created on this album a magnificent, consistent, majorly defined, yet voluble work – that flies at the visible horizon of its own flexibility –, precisely composed with a restless authenticity that has a clear abundance of originality inserted at the colorful periphery of its discreet capacities, and whose infinite atmosphere brightly perpetuates at the arid sands of a timeless realm the consolidation of a sound that seeks the strength of a world never imagined before in a musical context.