The song has the rhythm & raw energy of punk rock. It has a realness that helps express & emphasise the theme in a beautifully juxtaposed manner.
A song that brings a classic Pink Floyd style of songwriting and fuses it with a brilliantly appropriate, circus-like folk-rock back bone.
It’s a refreshing project, overflowing with feeling but all the while maintaining a calm & cool composure – something not often witnessed in modern music.
This album is like a ‘how to’ on modern life, a run through of the way things are. It’s fantastic, from start to finish. You can’t predict a single moment.
You can easily relate to these words & very quickly remember the melody lines. It’s a pleasure that could only be topped by witnessing the songs live.
The kind of album you can switch on at the end of a hard day, to let this whole new world of music and thoughts just wash away your troubles for a while.
Time to give you that much needed dose of gravelly, beautiful rawness you so frequently crave. (You, me, humanity). Christopher Brooks of Philadelphia recently…
Already hugely successful in their local community, Airport Impressions are an incredibly impressive band from Malta; a genuine pleasure to discover. Every track they’ve…