TRACK REVIEW: Porcelain – Hearsay | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Reminiscent of Britpop and the classic 90s sound, Porcelain are establishing their space with latest release Hearsay. A perfectly chill melody with a strong guitar presence, the track is subtle in its ballad-like nature, but you can hear undertones of rock influences.

Curating an emotive presence with stripped back lyrics and raw instrumentals, this ambitious outfit from Newcastle hope to make music that impacts audiences through authentic lyricism. Porcelain are fresh on the scene and utilise rhythm guitars that accompany an introspectively easy listening sound. With a presence that proves intriguing, it’s not hard to imagine Porcelain on a festival line-up, with a live show familiarity found within the indie band revival.

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