CFBX has reviewed Shadow Offering, the newest LP from Canadian three-piece Braids. The band, according to the station, “plays a drony form of electronic-pop, firmly rooted in pop accessibility. Shadow Offering sees the band in shimmering electro-pop territory, much like a modern version of Kate Bush or Sarah McLachlan, or like Portishead with a softer edge. This is also their first album for the Montreal-based Secret City Label… This is a wonderful album that taps into their earliest, more abstract work, but clearly shows them focused on what lies ahead.” Read the review here.
Shadow Offering is at radio now.