From the U.K. comes the new release titled "Sonder" from the hard rock band, Dearist. Their new 11-song album is filled to the brim with hooks and melodies that will keep the energy flowing, beginning with the spirited work of "Beaches" and the even more addictive rhythms of "Fool's Heart." The band's youthful energy flows through "Drowning" and "Essex 1820" as Dearist feel that they have something to prove. The screams of "Half Light" will shake your speakers as the intensity of the song continues to grow with each verse. The band wrap up their new album with the hard rock rhythm of "Pentoville" and "Colours," as they keep the best for last. The new album "Sonder" will be released on April 27. To find out more about Deariest, please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/DearistUK.
From Bristol, England comes the latest release from rockers Tax The Heat. Their new album titled "Change Your Position" features a dozen tracks, packed with high energy, guitar driven anthems, beginning with "Money In The Bank." The song is like a shot of adrenaline, right into the heart of rock and roll as the band will certainly get your pulse racing. The band continue their new album with the modern rock flair of "Change Your Position" and the alternative, hard rock groove of "All That Medicine." The amazing guitar work of JP Jacyshyn shines on the intensity of "On The Run," while the rest of the band revs up the energy on the quick-moving "My Headspace." Tax The Heat wrap up their new album with the classic rock appeal of "Cut Your Chains" and "The Symphony Has Begun" showcasing the band's early influences on these tracks. To find out more about Tax The Heat and their latest release "Change Your Position," please visit taxtheheat.com.
From the U.K. comes the third release from the alternative rock band, the Bordellos. Their new album titled "Debt Sounds" begins with the dark, slow moving "Fading Honey" and the simple guitar strumming of "Spirograph." The album was recorded on a four-track tape recorder, with one vocal take per song and the idea of completing a song from start to finish in only one day. The rawness of the recording gives an authenticity to the music as you feel as if you are in the recording studio, hearing these songs develop. The psychedelic tones of "You Better Run" and the grunge-work of "Homeless Bound" give insight into the ideas and inspirations that the Bordellos used in the creation of their latest album. They wrap up their new 17-song release with the nostalgic feel of "Merseybeat Memories" and the edginess of the experimental piece, "Honeypie." To find out more about the Bordellos and their latest release "Debt Sounds," please visit their Facebook page at facebook.com/TheBordellos.