2. In My Mind (feat. Benji Webbe)
3. Like Vultures
5. My Only Ghost
6. She Runs With The Wolves
This is a slightly unusual review in that I wasn’t asked to review this EP, I liked this band so much when I saw them supporting Hands Off Gretel that I decided to go listen to their most recent EP from last year, 'Where Lost Things Go' and found I felt the need to write about it as more people need to give this band a chance.
So is it as good as they are live? (Their live show was excellent)
Not quite but there is something here that makes me think this band are about to become real contenders. I’m not sure it’s possible for them to capture what they do live, but then again I’m not sure they need to, what they have delivered here is a fantastic EP. This is a band with everything in their armoury, they can take a song up or down as they choose, easily get emotional intensity across and yet their mosh pit will soon be a wonderfully dangerous place to be.
Their is a charisma to the songs and a quality to the playing and singing that will stand them in good stead. If they can get some radio play they will need to start writing a lot more material as undoubtedly larger tours will beckon.
Are they the finished article? Not quite, but this EP hints at a very large talent appearing and getting ready to start creating a major impact.
Website - www.assirensfall.co.uk
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Review - Iain McClay