Rivers Of England
Late Night, Heavy Rain, Waiting For A Train
We're headed back home to England today for a trip down to The Rivers Of England. Their recent track, Late Night, Heavy Rain, Waiting For A Train, is in review today. The music makes an appearance on their brand new EP out on Bremen's Songs and Whispers. This folk ballad and blues band from the UK are well known for their cool delivery and quality multi-instrumental compositions. These guys are a hot ticket, with professional quality performances lending their input at every opportunity they don't just sound good on the videos, they're great in person as well.
The music begins with acoustic guitar and a thunderous double bass. The notes slide and strum in a delicate and melodic groove. Emotional words start, they craft an image of loneliness and wanderlust combined. The man at the bridge by the railway line, standing in the rain, where do you think he will go? Does escape into something new or something old sound best? The music progresses and thrusts with well positioned surges of compositional power. Chords, drums, and bass resonate in chunks of impetus as the choral words continue the story.
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