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Shifting Sand is The Ruby Tears’ Ep | Indie Music

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welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured band is The Ruby Tears and their Ep Shifting Sand.

Shifting Sand is The Ruby Tears’ Ep | Indie Music

As soon as I hit the play button I immediately understood this sound.

For some reason this music spoke directly to my soul and I enjoyed the vintage and twilight style of this band.

Music that is inspired by the 80s and that manages to entertain the listener from the first to the last second.

The vocal interpretation is convincing and original and one feels that between these guys there is an enviable musical understanding that allows them to compose fascinating songs.

The Ruby Tears certainly have a great musical knowledge behind them and this has allowed them to develop a robust artistic taste.

Their compositional style lives in a limbo of its own that lies between the past and the future. A nice discovery that I recommend everyone to go and listen to.

Shifting Sand is The Ruby Tears’ Ep Out Now!


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Shifting Sand is The Ruby Tears’ Ep | Indie Music

Born from the weirdness of the first Covid Lockdown. To date, The Ruby Tears has been an entirely online collaboration between Manchester solo musician John Goodfellow and Liverpool guitarist and songwriter Jeff Skellon.

The brief story is this” says Jeff, “One year ago, I found myself back home in Liverpool, out of work due to Covid but with time on my hands. I grandly decided to write and record an album. 12 months later having collaborated with a fellow like-minded musician, John Goodfellow, from Manchester, we have written, recorded and released 15 original songs and a cover version. There are more in the pipeline and the next step is to take it live this summer once venues are open again. Our influences have come from the late 60s, 70s rock, New Wave and 80s Post Punk. All that is good from that period will surface in our music at some point. Sometimes you might hear Bowie, The Clash and Burt Bacharach all in the same track, in another, The Byrds and Elvis Costello.




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