The sound has all the best parts of indie & rock – the riffs, the drum sound, the characterful leading vocal – plus the strength of excellent songwriting.
The energy of the music, the distortion, the raw, punk-rock sound of the leading vocal, all reflect the subject matter of the lyrics with awesome relevance.
As the song progresses it becomes much more than a simple folk ballad, it in fact becomes more & more unique. It’s extremely memorable to listen to.
It’s a portrait of thousands samples. It’s as if someone had tapped into what was going into your ears & filtered it, like blood into your own heart.
Magazine Gap offer creativity & experience in equal, enjoyable doses, with the perfect amount of passion, and it works incredibly well.
The sound is hugely likable, at every turn there’s evidence of an intricate & thoughtful creative process. The energy of the music is uplifting.
The band promise to deliver something that unites people, that reaches out & is both personal & widely accessible – they more than deliver on all of this.
“The music business never stops changing. It is easier to reach people, but definitely harder to keep their attention.”