Calathea Puts Genres Aside With "Desiderium"





Calathea Puts Genres Aside With "Desiderium" 

In a terrific clash of the genres, Calathea, an indie pop solo project based out of Denver CO, recently released a 4 song EP entitled Desiderium. The release is packed with emotion and holds no bounds to genres. Within the segment of 4 tracks, the EP crosses from neo-folk and acoustic pop to synth and indie pop within it's short but lively existence. One of the best being "Vessel Walls". A song that somehow takes on a feel good pop song while also taking on a darker dream pop feel all at once. In the mix is also "Hysteria" which is a clean guitar song that sounds like something Weezer's Rivers Cuomo would write before bringing it to the band. Letting it all out is a single songwriter proving that having something as simple as a home set up can give a freedom for creation. Desiderium is a wonderfully boundless record that leaves you wanting more from the project. And we hope that's what we get soon enough. 


Calathea Puts Genres Aside With "Desiderium" Calathea Puts Genres Aside With "Desiderium" Reviewed by Flyah ENTERTAINMENT on November 05, 2019 Rating: 5
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