Hidden beneath a quirky caricature based cover is the album of The Library with seven tracks of 90’s rock appeal and heavy guitar riff that immediately sets the pace as a Punk and Prog rock album.
“Quiet, Please” is a deliberate attempt at doing without the vocals give listeners a canvas to paint their emotions of life. The album speaks of emotions in the peaks and troughs of one’s life, elegantly portrayed by the Yin & Yang styled dualism in the sounds of the album, Punk and prog rock.
Contrasting elements in ‘Quiet, Please’ represent the peaks and troughs of life revolving between order and chaos. Crafted by the duo of Vishal J Singh and Siddharth Basrur, here is a composition that is accessible to both sides, a hybrid that makes it possible to enjoy Punk and Prog at the same time.
“Quiet, Please“ is out now on all major streaming platforms, hence it is pretty much going to be a convenient swipe left or right for you listeners to begin the mass consumption. Also conveniently leaving embedded above.