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By AJ Phink
Croydon based alt rock quartet, Bellevue Days, have today released their new EP, Rosehill, via Kobalt Music, the EP is the follow up to their critically acclaimed Sad Boy EP that was released just over twelve months ago. In the Rosehill EP Bellevue Days have released a record built from the defining moments in their young lives, their latest release is simultaneously a nostalgic backwards glance, and a wry sideways look at the departure of youth and the ever increasing complexities of modern adult life.
Black Sheep Baby opens with the melancholy tones of a dark lullaby before the drum beat kicks in on the atmospheric opener, Jack And I lulls you into a false sense of security that it’s a continuation of the attitude of the initial track, that is until you get hit with an almighty guitar riff that spikes the track with a hit a adrenaline. Secret Love marks the half way point with the feel of the more introspective moments from The Libertines, before Bellevue Days deliver the stunning Faith, for me this is easily the highpoint of the EP where the quartet strike a perfect balance between the delicate and the brutal, and then finally Dead Summer eases you out of Rosehill.
There are distinct elements from the post punk and post hardcore genre’s on Rosehill, along with a hefty influence from the darker and moodier sides of indie and alt rock that informs a troubled and sometimes intense EP. Despite their tender years the Rosehill EP displays a level of maturity in their songwriting that marks this out as their finest release to date. Bellevue Days seem set to build on their fanbase, as along with this impressive EP they have a number of high profile festival appearances over the summer, followed by tours with Patrons and Young Hearts, and if you get the chance I’d catch them live, or at least investigate this EP.
The Rosehill EP is now available via iTunes here
Croydon based alt rock quartet Bellevue Days have revealed the video for their new single, Faith, that is taken from their forthcoming EP, Rosehill. Faith marks the vocal debut of band member Dan Lukes, who takes over singing duties this time around from band mate Alan Smith, the band’s long term frontman whose vocals took the spotlight on all of Bellevue Days previous singles. The Rosehill EP is set to be released on the 4th July 2017,
Faith can now be streamed via Spotify here
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The Croydon based sludge pop alt rockers, Bellevue Days, have announced the release of their new EP, Rosehill, on 4th July 2017. To celebrate the news, the band have revealed the video for Secret Love, the first single to be taken from the new record. The band have also announced tour dates across the Summer and into Autmun, including tours with Patrons and The Young Hearts. Further details of the release of Rosehill will be revealed over the coming weeks.
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The London based emo punk quintet, KidBrother have released their new single, A Draught I Want, via Say Something Records. To celebrate the release of the new single, the band have put together a very special single release party, taking place on the Tamesis Dock Boat in Vauxhall, London on the 30th March, support will be from Bellevue Days, Coldbones and Pretty Pistol.
Tickets for the single launch party can be purchased here
London based emo punks KidBrother are set to release their new single, A Draught I Want, through Say Something Records later this month. The bands new single puts you right in the centre of what KidBrother is all about, furious passion and an arena size chorus that soars over an aggressive musical backdrop. To celebrate the release of the new single, the band have put together a very special single release party, taking place on the Tamesis Dock Boat in Vauxhall, London on the 30th March with Bellevue Days, Coldbones and Pretty Pistol, tickets can be purchased here
A Draught I Want is to be released on Friday 24th March through all usual digital outlets
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