Depeche Mode have it. As do Camouflage.
And Northern Territories, the low-key
pop wonder that released a trio of
beautifully emotional albums in the
mid and late nineties. Two fantastic
vocalists. John Alexander Ericson
and Stefan Sääf took turns
spilling their guts through equally
powerfully fragile vocals, enchanting
a world hungry for substance within
the alternative genres. They still
remain favourites of mine and I will
not give up on a reunion just yet.
In the meantime, "Songs for Quiet
Souls" manages to quench my thirst