Published Jul 02, 2013Vancouver newbies Terrace have been releasing electronic pop tracks for the last few months, and they haven't wasted any time in sharing their full-length debut album. As Far as the Night Can See is available to listen to right now.
The 12-track collection includes the recent single "Ain't," and the rest of the album follows in a similarly synth-based pop vein. Songs like "Never Out of Reach," "One Thing Left" and "Galactic" are thudding and danceable, while "Souls in the City" and "Still" show that the band also have a taste for slower, more meditative sounds.
A press release explains, "Taking inspiration from genres right across the board, Terrace's main influences have been that of house, techno, Brit pop and ambient origin. As Far as the Night Can See is a mesmerizing combination of everything that's influenced them over the years from the Smiths and Interpol to producers like Juan Atkins and Kevin Saunders."
Take a listen below.