This project seems fit to accompany the angst & uncertainty, the isolated intensity, of 2020. Quite possibly a personal favorite from the band so far.
Offering up a fine injection of authentic rock and roll working in unison with hip hop, the punk-rock core of Power stands tall amidst a quickly captivating vocal performance – one that effectively gives the song every bit of relevant Power it requires to hit with true impact.
Instrumentally raw yet impressive, showcasing the best of the live-band aspect of GREYE, Lucky kicks into gear with the soulful roar of Hannah Summer’s raspy and powerful rock vocal.
Trickling into the room with the blues-rock swagger of a driving classic, building up brilliantly, and utilising contrast to offer a hook that hits with superb impact, the band allow subtlety & passion to intertwine. The result is an authentically heartfelt & intimate portrayal of deeply human emotion.
“Our music will never stand still for me – if you regurgitate the same thing because it sells, that’s not art.”
Deuce in full is gorgeously eclectic, and absolutely worth letting play three or four times over – the journey doesn’t grow tiresome, the arrangement is on point, and the playing is so uninhibited and openly creative.
Storming into 2020 with an unwavering love for classic rock and roll, Second Hand Mojo combine seductive rock groves with powerful, satisfying songwriting, delivering an EP that’s a total joy to let play at volume.
Sometimes things get intimate, other times they stand back and stare at the world, attempting to deliver an explanation.
Always an act set to impress, Mr. Bliss’ latest offering is nothing less than a smooth blues-rock classic – loaded with organic, soulful swagger and a brilliant overall groove that confidently envelops listeners.
Beginning with the quickly immersive and inescapably catchy Pull The Pin, fast-paced guitars and subtly raspy, accessible vocals lead you through a memorable melody and poetic story-line that almost instantly presents an absolute anthem of a track.
We’re all too busy for the important things sometimes, too busy being right, self-involved, arguing. We should be busy being happy resounds from the quiet instrumental break, staying with you long after listening.
“Fans who see an artist live have a deeper, more meaningful relationship with the music. It’s just that simple.”