CD Review: ReVerbed – ‘Keyholes And Whispers’

By July 26, 2012 September 14th, 2016 CD, Reviews

Following their hometown appearance at Tramlines Festival in the illustrious Sheffield last weekend; ReVerbed return with a new EP ‘Keyholes And Whispers’.

Hinted as being a “teaser” for what to expect from their hotly-anticipated second album, the EP includes the single ‘49’ and is nicely sandwiched between ‘Tears Of A Killer’ (a blistering opener of post-hardcore rock with standout performance from singer George) and ‘Waves’ which is perhaps the highlight of this short collection. ‘Waves’ is melancholic and yet hopeful in its duet chorus between George, and Zoe the band’s second lead vocalist and guitarist. The spiralling guitars in the EP’s finale and searing solo section could easily go on 30 seconds longer, if only to prolong the exhilaration.

We don’t doubt the live shows this band is famed for delivering will display their growing musical prowess at full roar! A treat for faithful fans and an appetiser for the newcomer; ‘Keyholes And Whispers’ is a welcome accompaniment to the band’s material.

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