Artist: The Slow Readers Club
Album: The Slow Readers Club
This week sees Manchester band The Slow Readers Club release their self-entitled debut album which follows on from the release of singles Sirens and Feel On Fire.
The album opens with One Chance and it is such an atmospheric track that is really will make you sit up and take notice.
There is a real haunting feel and sound to Aaron Starkie's they really are incredibly captivating and he just draws you into the song.
One Mire Minute sees the band pick up the pace and this really is a very guitar driven tracks, there really are some fab guitar moments and solo pieces on this track that brings it to life.
Having said that it's Starkie's vocals that once again take front and centre stage - there is an almost hypnotic quality to the tone of his voice.
Frozen is another one of these haunting tracks with some really gritty and rather dark lyrics that give this album another level.
Sirens was one of the singles to be released of the record and this is perhaps one of the catchiest tracks on the album
There is a pulsating bass on the track as well as a real electronic feel and it's s song that would sound just fantastic live.
Feet On Fire is the other single of the album and again this is another of the more upbeat tracks, the guitars at the beginning really are fantastic.
This is a track that is loaded with energy that comes like a bit of a wake up call when compared to some of the songs that have come before it.
The Slow Readers Club are an incredible exciting back who have delivered a debut album that has shown many sides of them; they can do the up beat more rock tracks but they can also turn down the volume and create a real atmosphere.
The Slow Readers Club - The Slow Reader Club is out now
FemaleFirst Helen Earnshaw