Thursday, December 5, 2013

Album Review: Rough Seven- Code Breaker

Hey All,

Got a New Review up on Glide.

You can read it Right C'here!!!
It is of the Rough Seven's newest release Code Breaker.

We have loved the Rough Seven since the minute we heard them and don't go more then a few weeks without putting on their fantastic first album. Read our interview with the band here regarding the first album, it is a pure joy that we get another album from the group unfortunately it was produced under sad skies.

You can read all about it in the review, but this album is a personal favorite of ours and we are just glad to listen to these musicians create music under any circumstances. Any Rough Seven is good Rough Seven and the songs here flirt with greatness ("Perfect Tree","Everything But A Broken Heart") although I am guessing in a few years it will be the great covers I will come back to the most. The whole thing is great as Scully writes songs about growing up and the shifting of love, old days gone by  and current crazy situations like few songwriters today. The band is flexible and tight at once, a gift of music that can warm you this winter.

Support the artists here, buy the album here and peep some video below:
"Had A Home" off of Give Up Your Dreams   

"I'd Rather Go Blind" Live (without Meschiya Lake)

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