TRACK REVIEW: Bryan – Unruly EP | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Loudly haunting, Bryan’s Unruly EP is an open wound. Wrought with sadness, the duo use atmospheric lo-fi to dive into tough topics; from addiction to searching for meaning to justify this cold and callous world. Taking musical queues from Radiohead, songs begin with a lingering guitar, joined by an ensemble of harrowing synths, robotic drums and a forlorn vocal, you’re immersed in a dark wood of despair.

Tinhead is a traumatic tale of how delicate we are as human beings, with Downtrodden pondering how easily we forgot our history and humanity. I Don’t Believe In You will torment your soul with its blasphemy and Unruly reflects on youth and ageing. An aching wail for those who need it the most.

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