Time Is Now
Making big waves on the UK rock scene and beyond are this group of five Australians and one Brit. They just happened to meet up one day and decided to play music together. Anything could have happened, thankfully it turned out they were all super-hot musicians. The end result of much practice and group bonding is Harriet Comfort, a name of an unknown previous tenant at their East London flat. This sextet of rising-stars have already had attention from Classic Rock Magazine and several popular radio stations.
Time Is Now begins like a Black Sabbath song. It gallops into our ears on a quick guitar rhythm. Powerful female vocals holler the words along the running commentary of drums, bass, and guitar. Great palm muted chord riffs work to prop the rhythmic motion while open chords add a layer of energy to the solid chorus. It's a call to rebellion, a lift from the floor, and a message to the world.
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