Originally written by Steve Winwood and Traffic, Dear Mr. Fantasy gets a fresh makeover – forming yet another addictive classic from rock’s one and only The R Train.
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Beautifully seductive verses pave the way alongside subtle yet satisfying guitar work, and always there’s this impressive, genuine core of intention & integrity to the writing & performance style.
“Ultimately, we went with garage rock because it’s much easier to disguise our lack of talent and musical ability with loud guitars and fuzzy distortion. Also, now, we can wear leather pants and not have to justify it.”
Fresh from the dawn of punk and classic rock & roll, yet soulfully doused in a heavy hit of contemporary indie & the raw sound of Philadelphia…
Following the high-octane introduction that was Flip Out Zone, classic rock outfit The R Train further their live-show and creative reach with a brilliantly infectious ode to rock and roll.
Fantastic songwriting, with a uniquely layered, alt-rock style to it that increasingly invites interest in a live show.
Featuring an equally retro, nostalgic series of clips for the video, the release utilises poetic reflection to tell a tale of contemplation, big dreams and story-telling.
“There’s absolutely no other feeling quite like the one created when you’re playing live to an overly enthusiastic audience.”
Raw indie rock brings through explosive solos, vintage vocals, and catchy power riffs that quickly create a nostalgic and passionate alternative to the clean-cut mainstream.
Heavy blues-rock riffs and high energy meet with brilliantly passionate, raspy vocals, for an uplifting rock classic that quickly sets the mood.
Forever an act worth sitting back and cranking up the volume for, The Stone MG’s bring through some of their best ever songs on this short yet striking EP Good Times.
Passionate soul-rock amidst a plethora of addictive grooves – Hybrid Blues’ new self-titled debut album is a fine collection of engaging, seductive originals.