Paradise Club “Paradise Club”

Adelaide band, Paradise Club have been around for three years and after putting out some incredible singles on Spotify and YouTube they release their debut album which is out now. I saw them supporting The Lemonheads late last year and they were very impressive. Their self recorded and produced album is equally as impressive. The first song on the album The Seed is a cracker to start the album. Paradise Club have produced an album that is super catchy and has a crisp jangly guitar, massive synth, great vocals, and a great insistent beat.

I hear a little “Two Door Cinema Club” in their sound and the song Heart of Gold has guitar reminiscent of The Smiths. The whole album has been produced with a wonderful vibrancy and clarity which is an excellent feat for a first album. This is a highly danceable solid album from start to finish that lacks any dead moments. The latest single All You Got has instant appeal and is one of the highlights of the album. The insistence of Above Me is irresistible. Hook-laden I Guess It’s Okay really gets stuck in your head.

I hear a little “Two Door Cinema Club” in their sound and the song Heart of Gold has guitar reminiscent of The Smiths. The whole album has been produced with a wonderful vibrancy and clarity which is an excellent feat for a first album. This is a highly danceable solid album from start to finish that lacks any dead moments. The latest single All You Got has instant appeal and is one of the highlights of the album. The insistence of Above Me is irresistible. Hook-laden I Guess It’s Okay really gets stuck in your head.

The design of the album cover is very classy and reminds me of the artist “Henri Rousseau” while the artwork of the previous singles reminds me of “David Hockney”. Their videos on YouTube are also very stylish. Now that I have heard the album many times, I would love to hear it played live. It is no surprise that they are playing at the massive Yours and Owls Festival in Wollongong early next year. I hope that this high quality, addictive, and enjoyable album is the start of huge things for Paradise Club.

Album Review By Richard De Pizzol

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