The England based electro-rock quartet Francobollo are set to release the LP Long Live Life on the 14th of July.
Francobollo are unafraid to test themselves or the listener with their packed and ever different soundscapes, which may be progressive, psychedelic, angular or in the case of Worried Times from the forthcoming album, dance-floor. Though rest assured whatever they deliver is played with panache, style and ability with the knack of capturing and holding attention.
The English alt-rock quartet released the EP Smile within the past twenty four hours.
A five track release (available on bandcamp) in which Pilgrinns disport both soft brush and sharpened pencil resulting in an EP containing a breadth of ideas and allows those who don’t know them to discover these are able and talented musicians with much to add to the weave of music.
By way of an introduction to a quartet I look forward to getting to know better over the years, from Smile, the middle number Catherine Wheel.
Taking vague reference from maths-rock the music that Kovax produced has noticeably sharp angles to the out-out which merges with heavy-metal structures allowing the quartet to create some clear-water for themselves in a crowded market-place.
By way of an introduction from the four track EP, If There Was Ever Any Doubt, which came out earlier this month and is available on bandcamp – Waves.
Monument, from the forthcoming LP, combines powerful heavy-metal temperament with a light indie texturing which is all brought together by electronica that is able to smooth away any sharp edged welding of the ideas by giving the song an unanticipated calmness.