Complete with stunning flickers of guitar work, thoughtful lyrics, and just enough vocal personality to add further to that inherent sound and style that is quickly becoming known as BEINIR – Drowning In Melody is, for lack of a better term in the heat of the moment, an absolute tune.
The band set things up with style, progressing with endless levels of flair & ability. Their unity is on form, the music is ready & waiting to be that addictive little anthem that gets you geared up to take on the world with the best possible energy.
The songwriting is something else, this album presents hit after hit, and always beautifully performed. Whether the moment is high energy, set to get you dancing, or mellow and reflective of personal, intimate issues, Jo Potter’s voice is striking; perfectly expressive and naturally connected to the stories at hand.
Emerging with something of a classic driving rock ballad vibe, Flame is a quickly addictive and familiar piece of music and writing, though with a notably poetic back-bone that lays out a series of detailed images and scenes that perfectly suit the emotion and energy of the music.
Fusing a beautifully warm and nostalgic rock soundscape, mildly Oasis-like in progression but with an Americana twang and a punk-pop vocal arrangement, Kings Of The Earth are quick to impress with this single.