TRACK REVIEW: The Redroom – Frontline | NARC. | Reliably Informed | Music and Creative Arts News for Newcastle and the North East

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Thanks to the rave reviews they received for December’s Forced Stability single, North East newcomers The Redroom have been identified as hotly tipped ones-to-watch, with a pleasing line in Go-Go’s style of surfy indie, laced with punk-pop.

It’s easy to see why they’re doing well; new single Frontline introduces nicely delivered vocals with interesting layering styles, and perhaps the band’s core talent is in their musicality and ability to follow interesting sonic patterns. Layered with interesting licks and sharp-as-a-dart drumming, The Redroom set up a really structured support line for the track’s slightly introverted, slightly angry, melody lines. What’s more, the band sound like they have the potential to be a great live act too. Compelling stuff.

 

 

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