REVIEW: Hunters’ self-titled album

 photo Hunters_cover_zpse31dd933.jpg One of the things that Hunters has going for them is the alternating male/family vocals, in that some songs will have heading it, other times Isabel Almeida will take it on. When they sing together or alternate within the same song, it creates a nice balance, a bit of teamwork between the group and that unity is celebrated throughout their 10-track self-titled album. What also works is how hook-ridden their songs are, whether it is contained within something hard and aggressive or something with nice pop touches. I hope they’ll continue with what they’re doing, but I also hope they’re not afraid to tinker with the formula in the future, just to throw people off every now and then, as Hunters come off like the kind of band who would do this without a problem.

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