Thursday, 26 November 2015

Red House Glory: 'All Out Of Love' EP Review

I am very excited to be writing about this band. They aren't my usual sort of tipple but I must say that Red House Glory have blown me away. Some would argue they have swayed my opinion on the genre. Read on to see what I thought:

Receiving huge support from the likes of BBC Introducing and from Huw Stephens at Radio 1 the bands first track from the EP 'Pray Now' is a fuzzy anthem that portrays the best of the bands ability. Sometimes music just has a flare to it and that is an instant feeling on this. It is therefore very fitting that the song opens up the EP in spectacular fashion. With nods towards Nirvana and Queens Of The Stone Age the band merge big driven riffs and scratchy raw guitar parts to add to the raw feeling of the song. With the melodic chorus of a Fratellis or a Kaiser Chiefs song the band have definitely found the right formula within their music.

The title track gives us a calmer feeling and shows the bands more intimate sound. In addition it throws further diversity to the band at points sounding like Gaslight Anthem. Final track 'Painkiller' is an absolute banger, the sort of banger I would want on when pacing down the street feeling full of myself. It's a really cool track that gives you so much rocky goodness combined with soaring vocals and harmonies. It is simply fantastic and the riff is just face melting #RiffFace

This EP 'All Out Of Love' is very exciting for many reasons. It is a huge leap for the band and showcases them in a fantastic light. It is no wonder they are receiving the attention that they are and they deserve your attention too! The EP is due out December 11th!

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