A pleasant mood is created through Low Roar’s self-titled album. A mix of mellow, calm and soothing elements combine to create an abstract and intriguing album. The album opens with the track Give Up, a song which displays a delicate sound that flows throughout all of Low Roar.
All of the soothing attributes of each track had really helped me out in a certain instance. I wrote all of my exams listening to this album, and when I got back a 100% on an exam, the album felt even more stellar and now personal. Not only this, but the attractive vocals of Ryan Karazija add an extremely tranquil vibe which flows through the entire album. An ideal example of these vocals are displayed in the song Friends Make Garbage (Good Friends Take It Out) where Karazija devotes his love and feelings while singing,
“We sailed across the sea aimlessly, no direction or timeline. The shore we’d come to find, we’d seen before, never spoke or shared a word. No need, your true thoughts they can’t be heard; they’re too beautiful for words.”