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Don't Call Me Shirley and Deluge

Don't Call Me Shirley and Deluge

Deluge is a word mostly used to describe an overload or even an overwhelming of some sort. Don't Call Me Shirley and the Deluge album may mean just that. An overload of creative flow. Even if not, the album pours out massive creative juices and greatly twists together a number of aspects together to culminate the excitable alternative pop the album actually is. From trippy guitar rock songs like "Critters", to the indie-pop synth and key focused "Athousand People", the full album is a kind of tell all from it's main songwriter and creator Brett Evans. Taking all the elements to put together an album of this style of sonic quality takes some time and love. Deluge allows you to delve in with no issues and we suggest you do. 

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