Rosanna starts off with a nice blues riff before toning things down with a steady beat, acoustic and vocals. Its a nice sound, one which leads us up to the more upbeat parts, making us wait in anticipation instead of giving it us from the go. The chorus, full of catchy vocals and well sung vocals, leaves us wanting more, but the song tones things down again, full of bluesy riffs and attitude driven vocals. A balanced and well played song to the end, the song showcases the bands talent, skill and their unique take on their blues rock genre of choice.
Onto Drag Me Down their B-side, which comes across from the start as if it should be a proper release instead. The jangly guitar, up-tempo drums and well written lyrics take us through the song to the end. Liam’s vocals, similar to the likes of Miles Kane and Van McCann, but with a twist. Has has his own unique sound, a cool and collected way of singing which is very easy to listen to.
Overall, a great debut release from The Revolvers. Drag Me Down is my favorite track, full of jangly riffs, well sung vocals and lyrics which are catchy and easy to sing along to. Perhaps it should have been their main release, but as both songs are good in their own way, it doesn’t matter, the two songs together make an amazing first release, one which should get them some notice.
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