Every once in a while, you come across a band that instantly steal your attention... Hunter James and the Titanic are that band. Consisting of sometimes as many as nine members, the force to be reckoned with outfit consistently break down musical boundaries with their iconic soundscapes. Returning with their sophomore album titled 'La Liberte', the album touches upon themes of young love, redemption, optimism and mainly comes across as reflection. Feeling like the sort of album you'd press play on when needing to reflect on what could have been and what has been, the twelve-track album comes in a time of need.
Explaining the album's overall message, Hunter James shares, “La Liberte is about finding joy and meaning amongst the trudge of everyday existence”.
Sounding like it has been in the world for years and is a cult classic, 'La Liberte' may sound vintage in places but still comes across as fiercely refreshing.
Extraordinarily vivid, get this album in your life.