Blue Bird EP Review

Blue Bird-Metamorphosis

Self-described as “make-out” music, the debut EP, Metamorphosis, from Omaha’s 7-piece band, Blue Bird is making retro-infused waves. Sweet songstress Marta Fiedler croons lovey-dovey sentiment through a skilled rollercoaster of vocals on top of a band with a full wingspan of sound. This EP is well-written music that seems to hit the target mark of love song meets bicycles on a nature trail. Blue Bird incorporates everything to be missed about the untainted innocence of generations past and combines it with the exciting prospects of the future, all while holding your hand. Aptly-named title track, “Metamorphosis”, is the most progressive and fully blossomed on the EP, and perhaps the most fascinating with its intriguing harmonies and mentions of a lover changed.  Overall, the la-dee-dahs and lovebird tunes are perfect for, well, makin’ out.

1: Don’t Leave Me
2: Everything Can Change
3: Metamorphosis
4. New Year’s Song
5. Give Me Light

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