‘Recovery Friends’ – Cover Compilation of Kat Hamilton’s ‘Recovery Songs’

Kat Hamilton

Final yr, indie-rock artist Kat Hamilton launched her nine-track debut album, Restoration Songs, a set of songs of Kat’s encounters and struggles, an intimate portrayal of dependancy, trauma, loss, and restoration.

Now on Restoration Songs, a gaggle of artists from everywhere in the U.S. cowl the songs from the album, reimagining Kat’s songs with stylistic aptitude. All proceeds from Bandcamp will go to The Trevor Mission, an emergency hotline and neighborhood group for LGBTQ+ youth.

Based mostly in Los Angeles, Kat Hamilton grew up within the Bay Space, later dwelling in a lot of cities: New York, Philadelphia, Boston, London, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. Her sound amalgamates components of rock, pop, Americana, and emo into deliciously distinctive sonic confections.

Speaking about her sound, Kat explains, “I really feel like emo and nation have a lot in widespread. They’re each just a few chords and a narrative. So although they might seem to be an unlikely match, I see them as doing the identical job.”

The songs and artists on Restoration Pals embrace:

“Medication Line” – Mother Good friend

“Ohio” – Emmesongs

“Empty Room” – Will Lynch

“Gradual Movement” – Ali Coyle

“Hate Me” – No Grudges

“Afraid of your Physique” – April Keez

“Amnesia” – Zee Machine

“Little Gods” – The Astronots

“Plastic Folding Chairs” – Haus Music

Restoration Pals begins with “Medication Line,” which Mother Good friend imbues with soiled garage-rock guitars driving a thick, contagious rhythm. Infused with savors of nation flavors, Mother Good friend’s vocals give the lyrics significant narration of “ready within the drugs line.”

Highlights embrace Ali Coyle’s model of “Gradual Movement,” rolling out on shimmering dream-pop textures as Ali’s lush, wistful tones imbue the lyrics with mild filaments of coloration.

“I watched the bomb go off in gradual movement / I watched the blood unfold within the sky / All I may do was watch the explosion / All I may do was stand there and cry.”

A private favourite is No Grudges’ rendition of “Hate Me,” chock-full of measured dollops of pop-punk imbued with tints of riot grrrl dynamics. Uncooked and starkly stripped-down, No Grudges delivers a wickedly visceral interpretation.

On “Amnesia,” Zee Machine merges sumptuously haunting vocal timbres with low-slung alt-rock essence, sprinkled with alt-pop aromas. The vocals on this observe surpass excellence and enter the realm of superlative.

There’s an alluring high quality to “Little Gods” by The Astronots, particularly when Allee’s delectable, yummy timbres take over lead vocals. It’s a grand, deluxe voice rife with delicious country-pop splashes.

“If you look within the mirror / Do you see a halo and wings / Are you sitting on a throne of your judgmental ideas? / Child I’m not.”

Directly modern and irresistible, Restoration Pals demonstrates the musical items of an unlimited array of extraordinarily proficient artists, in addition to the momentous lyricism of Kat Hamilton.

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Assist the Trevor Mission. Buy on Bandcamp: Restoration Pals (a canopy compilation) by Numerous Artists


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