Surfacing from Liverpool in England are Brittany Soldo (Vocals), Adam Powell-Evans (Guitar), Jordan Clinch (Bass) and Richard Welsby (Drums) who form the indie-rock band For Everley.
Pugnacious percussion strides across the room launching fists against all it surveys holding aloft the mercurial vocal, whilst in protective guard parades a triumphant bass, whilst guitar plays the dancing minstrel as For Everley combine both wrathful contempt and misty-eyed longing in their out-put.
There is a sense of canonical eulogy in the sounds of the quartet who encapsulate both prescriptive remedy and untrammelled turmoil in the fusions of pulsing temperament which leaves the audience in enraptured conundrum as For Everley tease the audience with simultaneous throbbing tumescence and folding soufflé, somewhat reminiscent of their home city ever featuring two oppositional Christian Cathedrals and a largely agnostic population.
Surfacing earlier this year For Everley have released an EP Beware I Live along with becoming a staple of the local live performance circuit. One can only suggest this is a band to get to know in their early stages as there is evidently much more to offer, which I look forward to featuring.
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From Liverpool in England come Magnus Romo, Florian Winter, Ben Gladwin, Bendik Brevik and Richard Welsby, who from the indie-rock band Radiolane.
Radiolane – indie-rock from England
Radiolane produce music which finds the listener reminded of sounds of the last century, but they don’t wallow in the past, rather providing music which is at once retro and current. A group of talented musicians, the quintet it able to take the ears from calming melodic rhythms to energetic squealing guitars. Which ever way Radiolane play the bat, there is a strong focus on compositions and they are able to produce an out-put which is steeped in layers and textures, ensuring the audience has plenty to keep engaged, without ever making it an exercise in deep concentration.
Making a fine start Radiolane will be a band to keep an ear out for over the coming year and their début EP Here Comes The Rain Again, which came out last month and showcases the band in various guises, should rapidly establish a deeper fan-base. Already seeking to take their music out to an international audience, they played a short tour in Norway earlier this year.
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