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Everyday Heroes – A Tale of Sin & Sorrow Award winner

Everyday Heroes
A Tale of Sin & Sorrow
by Caio Botrel at 15 June 2020, 6:15 PM

EVERYDAY HEROES is a Blues Rock band from the United Kingdom that doesn’t sound like the British Rock at all, they are totally the American way of Rock and its just cool to listen to it. They have their newest album “A Tale of Sin & Sorrow” to be released soon and that’s what we are going to talk about.

The opening song from the album is “Texas Red” and it starts out with a great vibe coming from it. The vocals are pretty good and the chorus will stick to your mind and the band will catch you right in the first song. “Find My Way” starts very Rock N’ Roll with the drumming and soon the guitar riff that will make you dance. “Standing Stones” has one of the coolest riffs on the album and a lot of groove as you will be able to hear. This song is heavier and I really liked how the vocals sounds here. The chorus is pretty damn good and I’m pretty sure that you will love it.

The Witch’s King” starts out heavy and with some different elements on the guitar this time, which was really cool and gave the song a new dynamic. Needless to say that its one of the best songs on the album. “Soul to Save” and “Victorious (Take My Chains)” are good songs, the last have a lot of backing vocals and it was really damn done.

All Outta Faith” kinda follows the line of the previous song and it kept going with the great vocal work and instrumentals. “The Crow” is a very good ballad, with inspiring instrumental and the vocals are different here, a little bit softer. I loved the song, one of my favorites here.

Breathe Again” and “Lost” are nice songs and they have all the elements from the previous songs and confirm that the band really knows what they are doing and that they are going to conquer the Rock N’ Roll style even more.

Without A Throne” is the last song from the album and it have a lot of nice elements coming from the instrumentals, but what sticks to your mind the is vocal lines and the chorus.

EVERYDAY HEROES have written and released a great Rock N’ Roll album with a lot of great chorus, melodies and vocals. They are pretty good and the execution of each instrument were well done. I must say that Britain did it again.

Songwriting: 9
Musicianship: 9
Memorability: 10
Production: 10

4 Star Rating

Tracklist:
1. Texas Red
2. Find My Way
3. Standing Stones
4. The Witch’s King
5. Soul To Save
6. Victorious (Take My Chains)
7. All Outta Faith
8. The Crow
9. Breathe Again
10. Lost
11.  Without A Throne
Lineup:
Luke Philips – Vocals and Lead Guitar
Daniel Richards – Rhythm Guitar and Backing Vocals
Lewis Watkins – Bass and Backing Vocals
Jay Haines – Drums, Percussion and Backing Vocals
Record Label: Independent
     


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Edited 22 September 2020
 

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