Saturday, 19 August 2017

The VidList (Irish): REWS, OTHERKIN, Morrissey & Marshall, Train Room

Rews Shine

REWS - Shine

Info: In our latest issue of TheVidList we have some very hot off the press videos which were just released in the last 24 hours. First off we have Belfast / London based rock duo REWS and their newest single, 'Shine', we've been big fans of their sound for quite some time now, and are certainly not alone in that. 'Shine' sees the pair ramp up their traditionally hard-rock modus operandi with in your face guitar riffs and stomping percussion which has a Soundgarden / Audioslave tint, with impactful tracks like this they'll continue to make a lasting impression on fans old and new.

OTHERKIN - Come On, Hello

Ahead of the official release of their latest single, 'Come On, Hello' which will feature on their debut album, OK (out 29th September), Dublin grunge-pop quartet OTHERKIN have shared an accompanying video. Featuring footage from their support slot for Guns N Roses at Slane this year, as well as snippets from shows in more intimate surroundings. Encapsulating their chaotic live performances, the video takes the music diary approach, condensing what has been a hectic 2017 of touring so far into a neat 3-plus minutes.

Morrissey & Marshall - Hangin' Around

Although the video for their single has been available online since earlier in the summer, London-based Dublin pair Morrissey & Marshall officially released 'Hangin' Around' (taken from their album We Rise) just yesterday. The video features the iconic comedian Hugh Cooney who is a hero of ours (and also directed and animated the vid), and the track is a perfect mix of innocent 60's pop-rock and uplifting psychedelic bubblegum. If you haven't listened to their sophomore album, We Rise yet, do yourself a favour and give it a spin here.

Train Room - Delicate Bones

After just two listens we are feeling very warm and content inside courtesy of the new single from Mayo's Train Room (Joe Monaghan), 'Delicate Bones'. Monaghan's vocals always impart a feeling of contentment and the track from his forthcoming debut EP gives all of the right feels. With little strands of early Fleet Foxes and Bon Iver wisping musically around his voice, it certainly whets the appetite in advance of the extended play's release.

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