Collections Of Colonies Of Bees – Ruins – Audio

The melodic rock quintet Collections Of Colonies Of Bees will be releasing the LP HAWAII on the 13th of July.

Collections Of Colonies Of Bees

Collections Of Colonies Of Bees

Their music is predominately purely instrumental passages, composed in intricate, resplendent yet inviting structuring through which vocal occasionally intersperses, affording the songs even further their tender allure.

The first track to surface from the forthcoming album ( which is available on bandcamp) – Ruins – is a fair representation of their delicately layered songs.

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The Girl Who Cried Wolf – Taken – Video

The Belgian melancholic-rock band The Girl Who Cried Wolf were introduced by Sarah Gommers.

The Girl Who Cried Wolf - Ruins - artwork

The Girl Who Cried Wolf – Ruins – artwork




Pulverising holes in the sub-woofer – Taken, the fifth of the ten tracks on the LP Ruins, marks its entrance with excavating bass and synth which, like an opened tear gas cannister, sears the room prior to a mystical vocal appearing through the clouds and filters its way in to the ears as the track slowly and deliberately stomps its way round the head casting spell upon all those it falls.

Once again a composition to throw the weight of the volume inducer behind with bass turned to maximum and treble a forgotten after-thought.

Ruins – The Girl Who Cried Wolf is available on iTunes.*

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The Girl Who Cried Wolf

The Girl Who Cried Wolf from Mechelen, in Belgium, is the melancholic-rock quintet of Heleen Destuyver (Vocals / Keys), Samir Boureghda (Guitar / Keys), Michael-John Joosen (Drums / Vocals / Keys), Sofie Sweygers (Cello / Keys) and Willem Meeus (Bass / Keys).

The Girl Who Cried Wolf - melancholic-rock from Belgium

The Girl Who Cried Wolf

I would like to take this opportunity to welcome the Belgian journalist Sarah Gommers, who will be writing articles from time to time predominately focussed on the Belgian, Netherlands and French scene.




A band with a special name. A name that doesn’t just expose it’s secret, one that sounds mysterious. Does it have anything to do with wolves? Or a crying woman?
Without over-analysing, or trying to discover the why behind the name of their band, it’s easy to feel it fits in a somewhat dark atmosphere, one created to bring us a message.

The Girl’, as they call themselves in short, is not a group of friends that went on the play music together. They’re musicians that found each other in their passion for music, and because of that became friends. It’s quick to notice too. Five completely different personalities that somehow fit together perfectly. Even though all five of them are pretty down to earth about the possibilities of the band: growing organically, performing, improving and releasing some CD’s. They want to capture a place in the hearts of their fans.

Thanks Sarah, your contribution is more than welcome and I, along with the readers look forward to discovering more of your introductions.

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Ruins – The Girl Who Cried Wolf is available on iTunes.*

If you would be interested in writing reviews, please do drop an email to tim @ emergingindiebands.com

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