A Tasteful And Fun Pop-Rock EP From The Arc Of Etheline
An EP from The Arc Of Etheline takes on an outlandishly fun pop-rock form and becomes something that allures with hints of mystery and sounds like it could be out of a play.
The Colour Of The Sea EP is packed with bopping basslines, 1950's style songwriting, and touches of blonde and Bowie all over it.
The record is vast and colorful with a killer palette of instrumentation and sound that brings all the grooves together and it comes through with an alive and breathing feel.
This was incredibly danceable and fun as saxophone rocks out with guitars and a lush and melodically sultry vocal approach.
The hooks are plentiful and the songs are stateful and memorable with some killer changes and guitar work and at times it even feels like a live performance right in your face.
This EP really is like watching a theatrical play that has chapters performed with gusto and vibrancy.
The songs are super pop oriented and all have this sort of passionate undertone that shines with every track.
They rock in a classic sort of way. It's like Grease and Rocky Horror Picture Show rolled into one but with all these other elements and a different drive.
And this is quite a driven record. Vocals get intense and the band really lets loose and this is part of why it can feel like a live show at times.
This all makes this EP one of the most fun rock records in a long time.
It's free. It's not trying to follow any rules or regulations.
It's got an outside the box vibe and it's not pushed on you. It's just there.
A wonderful record from start to finish and there is no way you'll be disappointed.