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Lansdowne

No Home But The Road
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Stonking new 5 track e.p from Boston based see’s the band in a different guise. Steering clear of the modern rock clichés that blight the genre, Lansdowne have freshened up their sound this time around with a more soulful approach. David Bendeth’s more clinical production, characteristic of earlier material, gives way to Mike Watts’ warmer hue on the Black Stone Cherry tinged ‘Frankenstein’ or excellent lead off track ‘Burn Brighter’. Jon Ricci’s vocals take things to a new level on the southern swing of ‘Mississippi’ and the ballad ‘New Day’, and it’s left to the melodic modern hard rock of ‘My Disaster’ to complete an e.p that confirms that Lansdowne’s moniker “the greatest unsigned rock band” remains intact. Superb!






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No Home But The Road
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Stonking new 5 track e.p from Boston based see’s the band in a different guise. Steering clear of the modern rock clichés that blight the genre, Lansdowne have freshened up their sound this time around with a more soulful approach. David Bendeth’s more clinical production, characteristic of earlier material, gives way to Mike Watts’ warmer hue on the Black Stone Cherry tinged ‘Frankenstein’ or excellent lead off track ‘Burn Brighter’. Jon Ricci’s vocals take things to a new level on the southern swing of ‘Mississippi’ and the ballad ‘New Day’, and it’s left to the melodic modern hard rock of ‘My Disaster’ to complete an e.p that confirms that Lansdowne’s moniker “the greatest unsigned rock band” remains intact. Superb!







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