Review: Nobody's Home - Lost In LA

Nobody's Home is a soulful group of 3 artists who united on the corner of Hollywood and Vine in the heart of Hollywood. Together they create a brand of rock that is hard to find in 2019: hooky, melodic, raw and real. Music is their psychiatrist, their church and their connection to not only their own soul, but a vehicle to enter the souls of others and help spark a unique flame for their listeners to wake up and enjoy every second of this beautiful reality we call life.

Lost In LA is comprised of 4 incredible tracks where they use genres, such as Rock and Alternative. The album opens with groovy composition called Lullabies which, in my opinion, is a great choice for the album opener. Drums and electric guitars bring vibes of rock bands of the past century. The composition is followed by Can You Feel It? - starting with drums and additionally with bass, it literally makes us feel the whole mood of the album. Catchy melodies and powerful chorus will definitely stay in head for a long time. The 3rd song on the record, Part Time Lover, impressed me with its dynamics. The pleasant vocals and drum beat make this song an example of awesome modern rock track. The acoustically touched in the beginning California is the one that help you to dive deep in thoughts after a hard day. The backing vocals in the chorus make this song real and raw in a positive way.

To sum up, everything in Lost In LA comes together in a stream of consciousness style. This is unforgettable journey into the mix of rock music and meaningful lines in one piece.

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