The US emo quartet Wander are set to release the LP Precipice on the 19th of August.
When introduced back in 2014 Wander were a trio, the additional guitar allows them to deliver music of even greater introspection and from the forthcoming follow-up LP to their eponymous début – Stay Away demonstrates this additional layer of sonics and brooding foreboding.
The Swedish contemplative-rock project Promise & The Monster releases the LP Feed The Fire on the 22nd of January.
Promise & The Monster – Feed The Fire – artwork
The third of the ten tracks, Time Of The Season, is more up-tempo than much of the rest of the LP as Billie Lindhal (the creator behind Promise & The Monster) reflects on the cycle of repetition of bad relationship choices.
The music produced by Promise & The Monster is considerate of the band name, as is the material on Feed The Fire, with a continual theme of the dichotomies of what looks hopeful can and often does have a darker underbelly.
When I am back in full mode, I must write a complete article for The Greeting Committee from England.
The Greeting Committee
There is a maturity of sound, local dialect and realism, which are the exemplars of musicians of heart, for a brief introduction I posit – Show Me The Lights Of Home – which is available as a free download until the 1st March.