An eagerly simmering cauldron of melodic expression and emotive energy, Let it All Go the new single from UK band Vandettes, provides a feistily tantalising introduction to a band already raising up a healthy buzz around them. The song is a robust dance of spearing guitar hooks and electronic flirtation immersed in melodies which linger longer than a hangover. It may only be one song but it suggests that Vandettes is a potent prospect here to stay.
Originally from Northern Ireland, the band moved to Liverpool with its members studying music at the city’s university. It did not take long for the band’s live presence and radiant indie sound to stir up keen attention locally and around the UK. This has led to the quartet of vocalist Robbie Cully, bassist Padraig Mcloughlin, drummer Marty Mcloughlin, and guitarist Daniel Kelly signing with SWC Artist Management and subsequently to Glasgow based Twin City Records for the release of Let It all Go.
The single opens on a gentle sonic breeze which is soon welcoming pungent string plucks from Kelly. It is a swift and engaging lure that succumbs to the even more enticing stroll of a dark bassline courted by the excellent vocal potency and expression of Cully. Magnetic melodic seduction from guitar and keys, as well as rich harmonies, ignite ears and imagination further, the track soon a bubbling revelry of skilled enterprise and irrepressible contagion. There is an eighties breath to the energy wrapping ears too, a friendly and familiar temptation which evolves into something equal fresh through the modern snarl and tenacity of guitars and rhythms.
Potently impressing from Cully’s soaring vocals to the bordering on mischievous bass invention, the guitar adventure to the crisp provocative beats, Let It All Go is a striking and appetite sparking first step by Vandettes. The beginning of big things it is easy to suspect too.
Let it All Go is available now on Twin City Records @ https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/let-it-all-go/id870573140?i=870573146
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