When a band whole-heartedly embrace the process and even lose themselves within it, so too can their audience.
The Other Side Of Love showcases a distinct set of qualities that appeal on a deep and addictive level. The opening guitar delicacy, the gentle rasp and increasing passion of the leading voice, the poetic and thoughtful lyrics, the rising intensity, the eventual raw rock energy; all of this works gorgeously within.
Do yourself a favor, whether you typically like this kind of music or not, give this album a listen. I guarantee you’ll end up a fan.
Its a subtle & classic feeling, alternative rock hit – and it’s interesting. It intrigues, lyrically & in terms of the build-up. There’s something very mysterious & authentic about that leading voice that delivers things well.
The song swings with its infectious rhythms & the exemplary guitar work adds just the right amount southern rock & charm. Sheyana’s voice is an experience in & of itself, and she pairs effortlessly & harmoniously with the music.
Driven by the raw passion & warmth of a band who play for the love of playing, Summers’ Gone makes for an easy going groove that reaches out for the soul, or for those memories of a love that came & went.
Graveyard Dog is a great song, the sort you’d easily, happily return to again & again when scrolling through those comforting playlists we all accumulate. A pleasure to discover.