Album Review: Vault 51 – “Kid”


Not gonna lie, I thought Vault 51’s album Kid was going to be boring and sickly sweet. I was horribly wrong. This album is brutal, eye-opening, and good. It gets you right in the feels while at the same time really makes you feel alive.

“Thirty Six” is a great track. There’s a good mix of both singing and growling, plus the music helps develop the storyline that’s being sung. It’s a tie between that and “Magnolia” for my favorite song. I love how clearly you can hear the little bit on the keys in “Magnolia” and the lyrics just really strike a chord. From start to finish, I really just love this one. One of the best moments on this album, what I think was a stroke of pure genius, is in the ending of “Mourning View,” where you can hear the rainfall. It’s such a small moment, but it made the album.

Kid, out July 20, will make you feel all the feels and is an album you will not easily forget.

  1. Thirty Six
  2. We Don’t Care
  3. Magnolia
  4. Wildfire
  5. Mourning View
  6. Sincerely Me

Post by Karen Shalev

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