Noting that the opening track is “a melodic masterpiece,” they went on to say it was proof that they’ll be “more than almost famous.”
“There’s a lot of bands in Texas, even without SXSW, but this is the one to look out for– especially if you liked Hawthorne Heights and Silverstein back in the day and want to listen to a more mature, updated version of that angst.”
Read the full review here!
The City Sound should soon be on your radar if they aren’t already. Next month, they’ll be releasing their newest album. In the meantime, how about we get to know some of the members? Vocalist Dean Danger answered a few questions for Limerence Magazine. Check out the interview here.
Reviews seem to be positive when it comes to D. Edward’s latest album, Love Is. Lately, the outlet Planet Stereo had plenty to say such as: “Love Is proves to be an incredible feat for D. Edward. The two years it took to make this album were obviously worth every minute, because the hard work shines through. Each track will take you back to sitting in the car with your grandparents, listening to the contemporary radio, taking in the wealth of instrumental and vocal prowess that so many of those songs showcased.”
Read more HERE.
D. Edward released his album Love Is on Tuesday and the reviews just keep on coming! This time, we hear from Saucebox Music who says, “Some songs are meant to get the blood pumping, but Love Is has a different design. With music that invites relaxation from the first track, it’s difficult to hang on to any sort of stress while listening to this album.” Read more of the review HERE.