Wallners – All Again Song Review

Wallners is a dreamy four piece band from Vienna, Austria. It’s hard to pinpoint their exact musical genre, but roughly we can say that it’s somewhere along the lines of indie, dreampop. It’s hard for me to use the term pop for such a high quality writing and production, but their catchy melodies, their sound and the deep, thoughtful, artistic work they create definitely can please masses.



First thing to know about Wallners is that they are a sibling band. Three brothers take the role of instrumentalists and accompany their sister’s haunting vocals. It’s not always an easy situation when the family is involved but seem like Wallners figured out how to take only the most amazing aspects of having your siblings as your bandmates – they know each other very well, they know what they like, what they don’t like, they know their strongest points, and use them all to create beautiful songs.

All of the tracks that Wallners create, sound as if they stood the test of time. While I was making my research about them, I came across an interview where they mentioned that they weren’t really proud of the slow process of creating those tracks. While I can agree that nowadays it’s very hard for an artist to catch up to modern day consumption habits, one needs to create as often as possible to not to lose attention, I also think that giving your ideas to mature and age to achieve that timeless quality is the way to go and you can hear that in all of Wallners’ tracks. That’s why I used the term deep and thoughtful when I described their music. Give it a listen and you will understand.

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Today I’m taking a look at their music video All Again. First of all, the song itself is a moody, cinematic masterpiece in my opinion. Cue it to pretty much anything on the big screen and just the song itself will take you through a range of bittersweet melancholy. The production is top notch, all the instruments sound perfect, the vocal mix, tonal quality, and her performance is amazing. Wallners is definitely a band that shows great musicianship, they play simple things, in the most precise and mindful way possible. The songwriting and arranging is very good. You will listen to All Again without wanting to skip, it’ll put you in a trance state and when the song is over the mood it creates and its chorus will haunt you, and will make you want to listen to it again.

Wallners is a band that put a lot of thought in their visual content alongside their sound and this shows itself beautifully in the music video for All Again. The band worked with director Rupert Höller, and he did a great job. It’s cinematography accompanies its storyline beautifully, I shouldn’t give a lot away but the song and the video will break your heart in the most beautiful way possible.

When I take all these into account, I’d like to say that I enjoyed listening to Wallners. Like I mentioned before, I can totally see the video and the song used in the title sequence of an R rated mystery drama series.

Please go ahead and check out the links below if you’d like to find out more about the band, follow them on social media, subscribe to their channels to show your support, and not miss any upcoming releases.

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In conclusion, Metalhead Community Team congratulates WALLNERS for their amazing work, ALL AGAIN and wishes them the very best in their future careers. Thank you for reading.

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