They Say Fall – Deadlights

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Their fans will state that it is not rare for UK rockers They Say Fall to provide a track that rouses the senses and gets the blood surging through veins with energy and drama, but they also might just agree that the North Lincolnshire quintet has outdone themselves with new video/single Deadlights. Energetically bold and creatively tenacious, the track is a maelstrom of flavours and styles honed into one attention grabbing, imagination firing proposal.

They Say Fall Cover Artwork_RingMaster Review    Since emerging in 2010,They Say Fall has been luring in loyal fans and acclaim, though arguably it was when the line-up of band founders, guitarist/vocalist Kyle Leeman, drummer Joseph Sleight, and bassist/vocalist Tom Manning were joined by lead vocalist Kehn Gembalczyk, and guitarist/vocalist/programmer Brad Bishell in 2012, that band and sound creatively ignited. Since then a trio of EPs and a slew of singles and songs have sparked enthused spotlights whilst seeing an evolution in their original pop punk sound. Live too the band has been a growing force with a reputation to match, shows with the likes of with Madina Lake, While She Sleeps, InMe, Fearless Vampire Killers, and Elliot Minor, as well as playing last year’s Download Festival on their growing CV. Seemingly ahead of a new EP, Deadlights is the new They Say Fall assault and a thrilling incitement to boot.

From its first breath muscular riffs and antagonistic beats gnaw on and swipe at ears, a metal/post hardcore fusion colluding with contagious punk and pop rock imagination. As much as the raw intensity and drama of the song excites so does the array of potent vocals and virulent infectiousness fuelling the calmer elements. Every second of the song is a new theatre of persuasion and unpredictability, synths helping the chorus brew a My Chemical Romance like symphonic/gothic air whilst the flirtation of choppy riffs and sparkling hooks brings a tempting which has seeds in bands like Every Time I Die, The Fall Of Troy, and Atreyu.

To be honest that still only grazes the wealth of enterprise within the single, and the promise of greater things to come. So go treat yourself to Deadlights free availability and its thrilling video.

RingMaster 17/08/2015

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