As quickly as Vit’s debut album ‘ – ‘ grabbed me, The Dry Season has presented me with one of those scenarios where I don’t want to say I don’t like it, because that’s not true, but where I’m forced to grapple with a review because the music isn’t effecting me nearly as strongly.
So again, this isn’t bad, but for whatever reason it mostly lacks the x factor that left my jaw on the floor with ‘ – ” and has kept me playing it since I got my hands on it. The Dry Season is one of those 4 track deals that’s a whole album because of the length of the songs. Again, nothing on this album is at all bad, but it also fails to be magnificently compelling like it’s predecessor.
I can’t really condemn or gush, this is a good album, and I will continue to support Vit, but that’s all I can say about The Dry Season.