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Renee Jones predicts 2014 will be the year local bands receive more recognition.
With that said, it is hard to pick outright favourite as each song on the album has its own merits, whether a catchy line or two (Love Love Love) or a rhythm that would make your heartbeat jealous (Good Times).
The album is well rounded, relatable and fun – everything you would expect from them
It is an incredible debut release from a very talented trio of Australians.
Despite changing their sound to something that is currently more ‘listener friendly’, Sleep Parade have maintained and improved their ability to write and produce tracks that are memorable
The album has an air of positivity, a radio-friendly sound and hooks solid enough to suck you in. Finn is a melodic genius; he’s also the kind of guy you just can’t help but be inspired by.
With a huge chorus, catchy synth and guitar riffs, it is hard not to feel like you are dancing around, drenched in the sunshine – even if it is pouring with rain and zero degrees outside.
Rescue & Restore seamlessly weaves bits and pieces from rock and punk into a metalcore sound, providing listeners with yet another album of exceeded expectations.
To anyone who missed their numerous shows in Western Australia this week, get along next time. You will not be disappointed.
A beautiful, sincere and evocative sound.