With a serene, but mordacious style, that intelligently explores excruciatingly dense and sober minimalist devices, the music of Goodbye, Kings departs from a delightful perspective of pristine sensibility. Displaying crystalline harmonies that delivers a formidable degree of audacious, though lucid experimentalism, the exceptional level of dense and sagacious musicality gradually revealed by the band showcases a virtuous level of originality, that, intermittently, leaves the listener amazed, in a great and unimaginable condition of euphoric rapture, hardly believing in the gracefully majestic sound slowly revealed, and splendidly appreciated.
With a formidable and extraordinary level of authenticity, A Moon Daguerreotype slowly reveals itself a truly incredible state of the art work – a marvelously spectacular sonorous journey –, where deeply creative harmonies collide with the brutal strength of inflexible, but brightly sculpted colorful melodies. A wonderfully marvelous and aggrandizing work, whose originality inadvertently transposes musical boundaries with a great deal of audacious excellence, Goodbye, Kings projects the versatility of its groundbreaking talent in an ocean of irreplaceable sonorous elegance, sidelined with a perfectly consistent and solid artistic proposal.
Definitely a majestic work whose profoundly instinctive originality makes the record a pleasant experience all the way through – besides its beautiful, delicate and poetic style – the sound present on A Moon Daguerreotype is never predictable, repetitive, nor tiresome. Without any fear of creating something entirely different, and developing a very peculiar and sensorial genre of music, exceedingly impossible to properly categorize, Goodbye, Kings has conceived this sensational album to open a new artistic horizon, a new atmosphere of epic grandiosity, introducing a more vivacious and sober element of sonorous sensibility, that certainly has all the potential to make them the next wonderful phenomenon in the worldwide arena of the underground scene.