The Sunday Reeds – Pretty People – Single Review

The Australian blues-rock trio The Sunday Reeds released the single Pretty People on the 12th.

The Sunday Reeds - Pretty People - artwork

The Sunday Reeds – Pretty People – artwork

Currently working on a new LP The Sunday Reeds, in Pretty People, provide all that caused me such enjoyment when first reviewing them back in June of last year.

A deep purple velvet cloak of mournful sadness descends into the room as the three and a half minute track of visceral abhorrence opens.

As always the understated voice of Romana captures the attention of the listener, with its smoky allure. Of marked addition, in Pretty People, the guitar is given greater focus than in previous tracks featured and the plaintive delayed echo adds significantly to the sense of scant regard for ‘fifteen minutes of fame’ which subtly alludes to the influences of pop art and The Velvet Underground that permeates, though doesn’t soak, through their material.

Pretty People – Single – The Sunday Reeds is available on iTunes.*

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