I’ve reviewed Behind The Façade a while back on a first impressions post with Blue Waves and again with Good Intentions when they dropped their debut album, Bitter and Better. Released this week, they’re back with Devil.
Though a bit more poppy, if you will, than the two I’ve previously reviewed, Behind The Façade’s distinct hardcore sound still bleeds through. I wouldn’t call Devil a step back, especially since I haven’t had an in-depth listen to the whole of Bitter and Better, but the track seems weak. The lyrics are watered-down angst we’ve all heard before and the video feels forced.