REVIEW | Daughter – Not To Disappear

After the success of their debut album ‘If You Leave’, Daughter’s follow-up ‘Not To Disappear’ is just as hauntingly beautiful as you’d imagine.

With Daughter you know what you’re going to get: their established brand of echoing melancholy already laid bare on their first release. It seems only fitting that the London trio have released their second album in one the bleakest, coldest months of the year, but this time round, they’ve striven to make their sound even bigger.

Read the full review over on Never Enough Notes

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