Undoubtedly an eclectic, talented band, with lashings of integrity and soul to bring to the stage.
Easily a personal favorite from Winchester 7 & the Runners so far – In The Morning Light is a quirky yet engaging, calming indie pop-rock classic that’s a blissful joy to listen through.
The good vibes that pour through make you want to move, the rhythm of the vocal furthers this, and the lyrics take simple poetic references to declare a sense of admiration and desire. It’s a quirky, catchy little hit. Nicely done.
Adopting a partly Americana-like manner of writing and sound design, throwing in just a touch of electronic audio play, What Fate Holds proves a quickly warming, folk-pop anthem that’s a pleasure to listen to.
“Finding the balance between your dreams, reality, positivity, and motivation can be a real challenge.”
The Harmalators lead with a sound made big during a simpler time, and this song, perhaps more than any other, offers a little insight and understanding as to where they’re coming from with this approach.
A welcomed touch of organic funk and soul is just what we need when times are tough and the weather’s letting us down. Throw in a conceptual story-line that inspires unity and optimism, and you’ve got an easy hit. Stunning vocals meet with a gorgeously colorful soundscape of live instruments for this fresh single from … Continued
Dreamboat is a beautifully ambient, intimate and nostalgic new single, which quickly prompts a volume increase as warmth and melancholy unite to increasingly envelop you.
Superb songwriting, nostalgic as ever but standing tall on the strength of contemporary reflections that speak to today’s world and its related feelings.
Unique singer and artist Andrea Pizzo leads audiences through this brand new EP of originals with a powerfully unusual and expressive voice, and a brilliant fusion of classic rock energy and spacious intimacy.
Long time favorite Damian Sage emerges this summer with a beautiful piano ballad – the delicacy of the keys contrasting gorgeously with the natural rasp and emotional grit of his voice.
Setting the mood with ease, this EP from The Holy Knives is incredibly beautiful, and pours through with multiple factors that help give the experience an authentically original, engaging aura.