The second album from Sister’s Barbershop is definitely a “new sound” album. The playing on the album remains solid, but they looked into a different direction for their music. It almost has a “Brit-rock” indie sound and the vocals are separated much more from the instrumentals.

They feel like they are sung in half-time compared to the instrumentals. The music also has a lot more added effects on the guitars adding an “ethereal” tone on a lot of the songs.

Sister’s Barbershop start returning to their older sound later in the album creating a dichotomy of songs on the album. In ways, it feels like they are purposely connecting the first and second album together.

Adding in strictly instrumental songs, Sister’s Barbershop show their transition on the second album. It retains a lot of their original album, but explores new musical territory.

Korean Indie Editor-At-Large The person in the background watching over everything.