One of the benefits of Scotland being a small country is that when it comes to music, the cream quickly rises to the top. That has been witnessed recently from the likes of Admiral Fallow, Frightened Rabbit and Rachel Sermanni. That is now the case with Quickbeam.
Originally the brainchild of Monica Gromeck and Andrew Thomson after bonding over similar tastes in music, the band has now swelled in numbers and has recorded this atmospheric and cinematic self-entitled debut album, the results of which are pretty profound with its sweeping grandeur.
Quickbeam's debut album builds on the EP that the band released in 2012, Seven Hundred Birds, which garnered quite a bit of critical acclaim upon its release. This album sees the band finally fulfill that promise over a full length album.
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