Dana Gavanski – Yesterday Is Gone [Review]

(Despite what we are dealing with at the moment. Do support them whatever you can!)
There is a lot of hype surrounding Dana Gavanski.
Releasing her debut album called Yesterday Is Gone on Flemish Eye Recordsfor Canada and Full Time Hobby for outside of Canada.
She sounds like a mix of Angel Olsen, Weyes Blood and Andy Shauf.
It is an impressive debut that makes you grab hold of your emotions when listening to her music of love and heartbreak.

Best tracks:
One by One

Catch

Good Instead of Bad

Trouble

Small Favours

About the album:
By turns break-up album, project of curiosity, and, as Dana puts it, “a reckoning with myself,”
Yesterday Is Gone is an album of longing and devotion to longing, and of the uncertainty that arises from learning about oneself, of pushing boundaries, falling hard, and getting back up.
Moments of beguilement splinter a backdrop of tenderly picked guitar, bass, synth, and poppier elements, which commune to produce her own kind of wall of sound. Each component is meticulously placed, yielding a deeply sincere response to the chaos of human emotion.
Yesterday Is Gone was co-produced between Dana, Toronto-based musician Sam Gleason, and Mike Lindsay.

Yesterday Is Gone gets:
/10.

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