#1
Lately I have been getting into post-rock, it seems to be such a broad genre with beautiful calming songs as well as wall-of-noise ambient metal stuff. However, one type of it has caught my attention:

This song is really calm, but the vocals are what I really love. The vocalist girl sounds so gentle, so happy, and yet so tired... I can imagine her laying in my room and singing while I am floating in another dimension...

I would be thankful to anyone who gives me names of bands who play this type of music (the fragile female vocal is a must ).

Thanks in advance!
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#3
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I thoroughly enjoyed that song you posted. Thanks!

This might not be exactly what you're looking for, but this is the first band I thought of. They're a band worth sharing, so I thought I would!

Land of Talk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9G_5Bxx0xrk

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GPnVkl4lFQ4

Not bad. I like it. Thanks for sharing Cheers.
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#5
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Not much post rock here and there's probably something obvious I'm missing but hope this helps some
Anatomy Anatomy
Whale Blue Review

Park that car
Drop that phone
Sleep on the floor
Dream about me
#6
Sigur Ros are the best band to go to for post rock + vocals though.
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#7
I love you guys.
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#8
More electronica than post-rock, but it has the dreamy music and gentle female vocal requirement.

http://junebug-music.bandcamp.com/track/like-before
#10
EMA, or Erika M Anderson. Period. She is a doll and her music is gorgeous.
Waxahatchee is also great.
#14
You should try Snowbird, and Bent Knee.
They sound just like your sample.
Here is an example.
Last edited by ManyNamedOne at Nov 27, 2016,