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Lycio ‘Nightfall’ : Shivers can be felt going up and down, with a resulting and accepting smile of satisfaction.

Lycio

Birmingham trio Lycio drops the sky upon your sensibilities with ‘Nightfall’. Gorgeous drop, skin-crawl decadence, and dark-pop grit highlights the band’s contemptibly exigent talent and song construction acumen.

Genie Mendez’s powerful vocals drive their works, and it’s no different for ‘Nightfall’. All of the emotional ups and downs; purges and essence are squeezed out from the word with dynamic execution by Genie, the song then frames the pen-ultimate visage of the art-deco vibes to the instrumentations of the song.

Madd up of Genie, Charlie Kellie and Alex Lowe, the focus of ‘Nightfall’ is just a hands down demonstration of the complexity and modern beauty of the trio’s hard working project. Its linear thrust, emboldens and pronounces with cultures appeal and palpitating attitudes in glorious fortitude.

At every turn, shivers can be felt going up and down, with a resulting and accepting smile of satisfaction.

Gorgeous, indeed.

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