AUDIO: Cedarwell – “Dia Luein”
Indie rockers Cedarwell have their new album out, which they have been working at since 2016. The band touches on the emotional whirlwind of being few and far between from people and places you love; it’s an irregular yet cyclical process. The band’s style could be described as having elements of alternative country and rustic folk with an experimental twist. It’s a record that yearns for clarity in the fog of unstable connection with the world. The seven minute-long “Commonplace” is a pinnacle example, with lyrics about time whizzing by as you get less and less second chances in life. If you feel like you need closure with getting older but feeling young at heart, look no further than Cedarwell.