The alt-rock trio of Holly Carter (Guitar / Vocals), Lauren Cooper (Bass / Vocals) and Lucie Hart (Drums / Vocals) from London in England form the band BERRIES.
Launching themselves into the world this year BERRIES have already been able to secure gigs across parts of the UK and it will surely be only a matter of a short-moment before they are able to secure wider geographical presence.
With only three songs I have been able to hear – each very different – BERRIES demonstrate versatility of delivery and song-writing which on the basis of what I have heard threads through blues infused folk-rock, stomper-rock and classic rock ‘n’ roll which only makes the listener want to get the opportunity to hear more.
Their defining similarity of tracks are cliff-edge snaps in the drum that gives the material a clean backdrop from which guitar, bass and vocals are able to channel their directions of travel, as, wherever they head the audience finds their body moving in unison.
The latest track by BERRIES, which surfaced a few days ago – Siren deploys the guitar in razor sharp taught strings which gives the piece a sense of camera negatives. Regular readers will know my particular penchant for bass and when it takes over the scissoring from guitar in the latter sections, the song appears to revert to normal colour perspective. Though I do have to add, the inversions work superbly and I look forward to writing more about the trio over the years.
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