Migrate Music Exclusive Review: Splinn – Becoming Ourselves

Splinn is an alternative/ pop-rock group that hails from France. Their newest album, Becoming Ourselves, was released in 2010 by M&O music. It clocks in at 43 minutes and 30 seconds. The album begins with very talented guitar work, filled to the brim with arpeggios, hammer-ons and pull-offs. The drums are pretty poppy and so are the vocals. The vocals aside, the album reminds me a lot of Hopesfall’s,Satellite Years, which is pretty awesome because I love the music on that album. The only thing that I didn’t really like about the album was the vocals. All-in-all, I listen to a wide array of different styles of music, but I prefer heavier music and experimental music. This album was neither of those things. However, let me reiterate that I did love the musical composition of this album. For fans of Taking Back Sunday, etc. etc.

So check out some of their music, and judge Splinn for yourself.

Ordinary Boy (Live)


Written by Tommy Hemmer

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