Will Blue Healer’s Synth Rock Debut Heal Your Blues? — Album Review

The new Austin trio Blue Healer says hello with a self-titled debut. Will their synth rock debut heal your blues? Watch our review to find out.


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• Phil Collins, Peter Frampton, and My Morning Jacket adopt a dog and teach it new tricks
• Glass Animals and Snow Patrol take a trip to Bahamas

• Strong synth work here, really makes for solid ear candy
• Overall sound is a unique mix of organic and synthetic
• A fun record – doesn’t try to hard with a big concept, just focuses on solid tracks and upbeat vibes
• Key Tracks: Luminescent Eyes; Crystal Chandeliers; 30,000 Feet; No Better

• Lyrics aren’t the most original, but they’re more about sounds and vibes
• Could’ve left a few tracks off – Wonder of the World got a little cheesy
• Nearly every chorus seemed to include layered vocals — after a while the novelty sort of wore off, almost felt formulaic

Kevin: 4/5
Derek: 3/5


Blue Healer — ‘Blue Healer’ — Album Review
Episode #259 — Published 9/19/16


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