Good Day Noir Family,
we already reviewed the Garrow Hill in the past but they are out now with a new cool song and I want to share my opinion about it.
A nice punchy sound with no strings attached.
I was immediately conquered by the sound of this band, a modern rock that winks at prog and that with wise melodic intuitions manages to be interesting and unique.
The general melody is very catchy and the chorus, in particular, keeps repeating itself in your mind even after the song is over.
The chord progression is never banal or obvious and manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second with unexpected twists such as the one at minute 2.43, a very interesting rhythmic and melodic variation.
A band that has spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve such an enviable sound understanding.
Go and listen to them, it’s worth it.
Heartache for the Heartless is Garrow Hill’s Single Out Now!
Cool Rock Vibes!
Formed in York in April 2018, Garrow Hill are a brazen Alt/Rock four piece featuring Drummer PG Branton, Vocalists/Guitarists Mark Chappell and Stew King and Bassist Dan Rawcliffe.
A product of the dysfunctional 80’s, Garrow Hill’s mind is peppered with references to urban monsters, classic animation, lo-fi horror movies and Thatcher’s bloody Britain! With this being the portent of things to come, they have quickly established themselves as an original and gritty live act, combining obscure humour with their brand of dynamic dark arts.
Drawing on a wide range of influences; notably forcing together elements of British Hard Rock with American Punk Rock to the decedent late DIY and grunge scene of the 90’s, Garrow Hill have seized the opportunity to lead from the front and are most certainly a band that are more than meets the eye.