The first thing you might notice when listening to Dolorean is the transparent, raw lyrics of their music holding you in a place of honest and vulnerable beauty. This folk-rock ensemble presents delicately arranged songs surrounding the storytelling of front man Al James.
The second thing you might notice when listening to Dolorean is how their music navigates you through a winding road of reflective pensiveness, deliberately balanced with romantic hopefulness. To listen to this band is to take a drive in the calm intimate hours of the morning.
With minimal songs like "What Could You Do?" the story comes first and everything else supports the weighted lyricism in each of their folk ballads.
Whether in times of tension or joy, this ensemble sheds new light on any experience with anthemic revelry. Enjoy the sights.
- Stirling Myles