Something of an audio revolution, the creative production is gripping. Not dissimilar to a soft breeze, with an unexpected edge of industrial modernisation.
The brightness & bounce of the music is clear from the offset. Jackson Howard’s voice is laid bare, so you get a genuine, honest feel from the whole thing.
A fresh & melodic dance track with a gorgeous bit of tropical house woven into the mix. Loaded with great vibes. A beautiful, beach party kind of mood.
James Keen’s vocals are always up there as a personal favourite. Ran For Cover showcases those unique & hypnotic characteristics in an almighty manner.
The grit & the realness is beautiful, the effect of the songs is multiplied due to these performances & this inherent, undeniable passion.
The raw energy of punk rock with the easy going realness of acoustic folk. It’s an organic sound that generally comes across as part of a live show.
It’s really just a beautiful recording, a great song, hopefully one that has a positive influence on all who hear it. A pleasure to experience.
It makes you crave a live show – the instrumental flickers & the feeling expressed throughout would likely reach even higher plains in a real time setting.
The beauty of their creativity & poetic lyricism is explored in a number of different ways throughout the album. One of the most interesting collections of the year.
Deeply atmospheric & unique. You’re able to feel this connection with the performance as well as lose yourself in the overall sound of the music.
Confidently enticing the summer season, Noizy Neighbourz have their finger on the pulse of what audiences are likely to embrace over the coming months.
The song showcases the strength of the artist’s voice & creativity in a number of different ways, under a number of different lights.