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Fade Away

by Best Coast

Fade Away by Best Coast

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Fade Away

by Best Coast

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Label: Jewel City
Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino is a master of melody, and Fade Away's highlights point to an exciting future: "Who Have I Become" is one of the group's best songs, period, with a pleasing arena-via-The Replacements production sheen and exhaustive delivery, plus an exquisite double-tracked chorus. Closing ballad "I Don't Know How" shows off Cosentino's vocal acrobatics and teaches that R&B-obsessed indie need not be mutually exclusive with rocking out. Meanwhile, "Fear of My Identity" and "Baby I'm Crying" round out Best Coast's increasingly attractive debt to classic rock.

About This Album

Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino is a master of melody, and Fade Away's highlights point to an exciting future: "Who Have I Become" is one of the group's best songs, period, with a pleasing arena-via-The Replacements production sheen and exhaustive delivery, plus an exquisite double-tracked chorus. Closing ballad "I Don't Know How" shows off Cosentino's vocal acrobatics and teaches that R&B-obsessed indie need not be mutually exclusive with rocking out. Meanwhile, "Fear of My Identity" and "Baby I'm Crying" round out Best Coast's increasingly attractive debt to classic rock.

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About This Album

Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino is a master of melody, and Fade Away's highlights point to an exciting future: "Who Have I Become" is one of the group's best songs, period, with a pleasing arena-via-The Replacements production sheen and exhaustive delivery, plus an exquisite double-tracked chorus. Closing ballad "I Don't Know How" shows off Cosentino's vocal acrobatics and teaches that R&B-obsessed indie need not be mutually exclusive with rocking out. Meanwhile, "Fear of My Identity" and "Baby I'm Crying" round out Best Coast's increasingly attractive debt to classic rock.