Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Modern Guilt in the past but they are out now with a new Ep and I want to share my thoughts about it.
This talented band returns with a very nice and catchy Ep. The rock vibes in typical English style are reconfirmed.
A way of composing music that is inspired by the great bands of the past but which manages to be modern at the same time.
It feels like these guys have spent a lot of time in the rehearsal room to achieve such an enviable sound understanding.
The band presents solid songs harmonically and rhythmically speaking. The production is excellent and in particular, the mix that leaves the right space for each sound element and their songs breathe well.
Add their songs from their new ep to your playlists, it’s worth it!
You’re Welcome is The Modern Guilt’s Ep Out Now!
Following two acclaimed single releases and Bobby Gillespie’s (Primal Scream) seal of approval, London’s Modern Guilt are pleased to announce the release of their first EP, ‘You’re Welcome’, Out Now.
Hailed by tastemakers including John Kennedy (Radio X) and This Feeling as one of the ‘Best New Bands’, Modern Guilt are “breaking boundaries with their genre-defying sound” (The Other Side Reviews). Drawing inspiration from Garage Rock, Soul and Blues, Jaz (vocals/guitar), Andreas Podda (lead guitar), Scott Thomson (drums), Glyn Evans (keys/organs) and Dan Williams (bass) “are re-igniting and modernising their era and genre influences in a strong flame of colour”.