TRACK REVIEW: Earth Farm – Pretty Much Living EP | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Newcastle’s Earth Farm present a rebellious rock sound on their new EP, Pretty Much Living. The track Praying For The Mantis is both spurring and electrically evocative, typified by punchy drums which reach a crescendo of deafening palpitations. The guitar solos inject a disruptive and angry element which underscore their indie rock influences. The EP is a defiant statement of intent which borders on the extraterrestrial through an other-worldly voice. Their own discontentment for life is illustrated in the lyric to their song Phased Or Bothered: “He looked down at his plate / To see the world was out of date”.

Earth Farm’s stirring and inherently cool guitar riffs, authentic rock rhythms and angry voice make this an electrifying release.

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