Like an infectious smile or warm embrace, Time To Forget the new single from UK indie rockers Pacific is an encounter which ignites ears and emotions. Without setting down a brazen look at me like marker, the song just as successfully lures a healthy appetite for its presence with a gentle but firm creative caress and a vivaciously melodic nature. It also reinforces the Cheshire quartet as a prospect more than worthy of increasing attention.
Formed in 2011 and fusing a punchy alternative rock adventure with a more indie bred melodic tangle of enterprise, Pacific has nurtured a strong reputation and following through singles such as Dream of Mine and She Demands, the first already notching up over 20,000 views on YouTube alone. Earning increasing support from the likes of Huw Stephens on BBC Radio 1, BBC 6’s Mark Radcliffe and BBC Stoke Introducing’s Rob Adcock, the foursome of vocalist/pianist Anthony Orzel, bassist Daniel Orzel, guitarist Dave Bithell, and drummer Drew Burns are looking at making 2015 their most prolific success and spotlight wise so far, and taken from their upcoming debut EP, Time To Forget is a thoroughly magnetic start.
A coaxing of piano sparkles across ears first, swiftly joined by a melodic shimmer of guitar and firm but respectfully jabbing rhythms. The strong vocals of Anthony Orzel are soon a harmonic flame in the mix too, potently backed by the rest of the band’s melodic tones. It is a captivating start finding further temptation as a festival of beats and percussive enterprise joins the vibrant stroll and spicy hook of the song’s inventive dance. Continuing to entice and reward with a flavoursome sound and masterful craft, the single never grabs the listener by the scruff of their neck but lingers and seduces with increasing energy over time to still emerge a memorable and exciting endeavour.
Pacific are being talked about with increasing enthusiasm over each passing release and show, something Time To Forget will only add to and increase whilst ensuring anticipation for the band’s impending EP will be particularly enthused.
Time To Forget is released from Monday 23rd February whilst the band’s next show is at White Heat Club @ The Lexington, London on Friday 27th February with Winters Island and Animal Shivers.
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