In Dreams

Artist: 
Night Talks
Non-Airable Tracks: 
NONE
Label: 
Independent
Album Art: 

Soraya Sebghati, Jacob Butler (guitar), and brothers Josh (bass) and Cris (drums) Arteaga make up Los Angeles alternative rock outfit Night Talks. In Dreams kicked off with this tasty treat titled 4×4. It was a spectacular song which left me completely captivated. It was in fact a perfect piece of blissful pop, and in the final minute of this delectable cut resonated plenty of rock vibes. Drift was a delightful number which left me completely enthralled. Sebghati’s vocals were spellbinding and the melody oozed plenty of chilled out vibes. Then as Drift progressed the more energetic it became. Mr. Bloom was magical to say the least. Soraya’s vocals were both fluffy and light which sent shivers up the back of my neck. This fun filled tune uplifted me and the smoothness of the vocals left me grinning from the beginning to the very end. Jungle is a whimsical rock tinge cut aided by luscious verses and a sleek chorus which radiated plenty of energy. Soraya Sebgahti’s fluffy vocals left me in entranced and on the whole this track was a well written slice of perfection. Delivered at a steady pace, If I Fall was a dazzling tune aided by compelling lyrics and Sebghati’s gentle vocal range which sent chills up my spine. Things then end with the albums title track. In Dreams is the perfect way to end such a sensational LP. Now this cut was a whimsical ballad with soft/ gentle vocals which left me utterly engrossed. Also those succulent lyrics left me enthralled from beginning to end. All in all this was one hell of a debut, basically In Dreams was a work of art. Soraya Sebghati maybe the leading lady but it is Jacob, Cris and Josh who give each song that extra oomph. In Dreams literally took my breath away, where my highlights had to be 4×4, Black And Blue, and Cutting Through.

Sounds Like: 
The Cranberries
Sounds Like: 
The Cardigans
Recommended Tracks: 
1. 4x4
3. Black and Blue
10. Cutting Through
Name: 
Jacob Sky Bruse
Date Reviewed: 
03/01/2017