Tuesday, September 30, 2008

One to get them talking

UP-AND-coming rockers A Silent Film could well do well following in the wake of Elbow's recent success.
For the Oxford-based group's debut sound is closely aligned to Guy Garvey's group, as well as adding hints of Snow Patrol, Athlete and even Pablo Honey era Radiohead.
A slew of epic, emotive piano-driven rock that gets grander as the album goes on, debut offering A City That Sleeps is never going to break down any musical barriers, and is a little naive at times.
What A City That Sleeps might do however, judging by fine nuggets such as the magnificent You Will Leave Your Mark, is wake up the record-buying public rather fast.

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