The four tracks each differ slightly in sound, showing not only the great promise that the band yield, but also how greatly developed their sense of ensemble and song-writing ability has become, after only forming last year.
"The paradox that is ‘unbound’ is an easy one to acknowledge but infinitely harder to understand" – Palatinate Music reviews Thorn's recent offering at Empty Shop HQ.
"The band combined heavy, distinct guitar riffs with an intense lyrical vulnerability and when live, this became emotionally charged and thoroughly enjoyable."
"Give the album the patience it requires and it will transform into a unique and emotive contemplation on the inner turmoil of urban existence, loneliness and loss."
"This week as we explore moody dreamscapes, illusions, rainy seasons, club night-outs, adultery, and space (hopefully not all at once) to get you through the days as they get darker and the nights colder."
Jay Landman reviews The Hoosiers 10 year anniversary show for their debut album "The Trick To Life".
"Uplifting, empowering, and thoroughly enjoyable" – Palatinate Music comments on the strikingly political nature of Faith's new album.