The Welsh melancholic-rock band Blind Beggar recently revealed their latest track.
Blind Beggar – Say It Like You Mean It
Regularly featured over the past year Say It Like You Mean It marks their first full studio recording.
It would be doing a disservice not to remark and give credit to Blind Beggar for their approach – as when stepping in to the Studio rather than reaching for every bell and whistle they could cram in to the track – Say It Like You Mean It is arguably their most stripped back song allowing the drifting sadness to wrest fluid from the tear ducts through the strength of its own writing structure, with the deep layering and emotional pull driven through the simple richness of all the elements.
The Welsh alt-rock band Blind Beggar surfaced with a new track on the 15th.
Rumours abound that Blind Beggar will be releasing some full studio recorded material imminently though thus far Out Of My Head, the latest track, is also in demo form.
Out Of My Head features the bending of time through chords and bars that is their signature sound which they top off with a superlative vocal once again with their blend of psychedelia and ’60s British Blues, that flows through the just under four and a quarter minutes of the track and finds the listener after each run through needing to play the song – just one more time.
The Welsh psychedelic-fuzz quartet Blind Beggar were introduced earlier in the year.
The latest track to surface – Big Black Hole is a quicker number than music previously featured, though don’t take this out on a training run as a metronome for the pace, as that needs to be placed in context.
Blind Beggar have the knack of delivering a guitar that sounds as though it is being played in slow-motion, to the extent it appears they have been able to slow down the speed of sound as the fuzzy bending chords drift through the room while the percussion and bass pulse in double time giving the composition both a noticeable bounce and a hypnotic calmness with vocal seemingly appearing from another dimension entirely with its extended enunciation.