Issue 49 - March

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INDIE / ROCK 40 Issue 49 / 2013 Event Review: DAUGHTER There���s no denying it, folksy trio Daughter are tipped for great things. Yet we wouldn���t expect any less from a band who mastered their debut album at Abbey Road. We had the pleasure of watching this sinless set from the pews of St Mary���s Church, Brighton. Front woman Elena Tonra cut a humble figure as she performed the band���s brand of dark hymns for broken hearts. Concerned musos needn���t have worried about the unusual location; the eerie reverb was a perfect fit for their dark, fragile sound and Tonra���s haunting vocals made a fitting sermon for a respectful crowd. Performing crowdfavourite ���Youth��� from their self-released EP, and previous single ���Smother���, Elena, Igor and Remi also gave excited fans a teaser of what���s to come, performing ���Shallows��� and the heartbreaking ���Lifeforms��� from the upcoming 10-track record. If You Leave is available for pre-order now, with a release date of March 18th. MARCH RELEASES How To Destroy Angels Welcome Oblivion They Might Be Giants Nanobots Caitlin Rose THE STAND IN Low The invisible way Alpha Rev The Strokes Bloom down machine Come Kate Nash Girl talk Devendra Banhart Suede Mala Blood sports Wavves Afraid of heights Depeche Mode Delta machine Neils Children dimly lit

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