Para Lia makes fascinating music, and I mean that in the most literal of senses. I find it fascinating, for example, how so many sonic touchstones and musical references are woven through their music, yet the result is totally unique. References that walk a fine line between the bruised and brooding goth sound and something artier, more accessible and altogether in an alt-rock vein—music standing between pop and a dark place…

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