The R Train Band are masters of their sound, dedicated to the delivery and musically skilful as they commit unequivocally within each release. Perhaps Rock On! more than ever encapsulates these qualities.
Rock and Roll
It’s an all too familiar topic – the struggle to be, to accept life & the self, the past – depression, anxiety, shame, loneliness. Miss Misery screams out on their behalf.
Powerful and infectious in a classic rock and roll fashion, yet stylish and secure enough in its own methods to pour through with a definite level of character and intention.
Without a doubt, Another Day Dawns is the next truly great rock band.
“The March” takes the best parts of grunge and garage rock and mixes them with 70’s prog/psych-rock to create a record that is hallucinatory in nature, but lucid in its experience.
Pulsating rhythms are met with growling screams that all culminate in one of the sickest guitar solos of recent memory.
The band seem to be capable of any kind of live show, the performances and the details, the unity between all involved – incredibly impressive no matter the pace or the style of the song.
A refreshingly hard-hitting collection that’s over-flowing with nostalgically infectious rock & roll rhythms & vibes
The only thing that would potentially top playing this at full volume as you dive deeper into Friday night would be a live show from Billy Roberts & the Rough Riders.