Artist: Joy In Motion Album: Falling Out' Genre: Pop-rock Review by Nicole Roberts I went into listening to the debut EP, Falling Out, from Joy In Motion a bit jaded. Pop-rock has lately become a bit of an over-saturated, overcrowded genre, full of people making noise, but not much heart. Yes, that may be a very pessimistic overview of the state of the genre right now, but it's definitely how I see it. Joy In Motion are different though. There's something about them that make
Pop-rockers Joy In Motion have released the title track for their debut EP, Falling Out with an accompanying music video. Shot once again by Ben Wrigley of Third Eye Visuals, the video is drastically different from their recent video for 'See Your Face' - you can see for yourself below. The debut EP was produced, mixed and mastered by Declan White. “This track drew heavy inspiration from Tom DeLonge’s work on Angels and Airwaves, and stayed fairly true to its initial vision t
Brand new Brisbane 4-piece band Joy In Motion are about to make an impact. A project that came about out of vocalist, Jake Solway's desire to shift into something a little different from his previous act, heavy band Road to Ransome. Jake was drumming for that band - but always had a desire to front a band as the vocalist with his impressive range and talents as a singer.
Today they (Jake Solway - Vocals, Patrick Heaton - Bass, Carly Sinn - Drums and Dylan Cottee - Guitar) r
Brisbane pop-punks Columbus have announced they'll be releasing their new EP Next To Me on APril 28 via UNFD. The new five-track EP features their new single 'Next To Me', as well as some of Columbus' tracks covered acoustically. Speaking on 'Next To Me', frontman Alex Moses says: “Next To Me is a melancholic falling out, which reminiscences about moments with a past lover. I wrote the song about the feeling of knowing you're drifting apart from someone and there's nothing yo
Artist: Falling In Reverse Album: Coming Home Genre: Pop-Rock Review by Nicole Roberts Falling In Reverse are back with another album to follow up with their polarising (to put it politely) previous releases. Led by ex-Escape The Fate frontman, Ronnie Radke, this is their most ambitious release to date. This also marks the first album with their new lead guitarist, Christian Thompson, so that might explain the slight change in their sound. Musically, the band are ridiculously
Artist: Secret Company Album: The World Lit Up And Filled With Colour Genre: Pop Rock Review by Nicole Roberts Bringing their guitar laden pop rock to their first full length release, Secret Company have dropped a monumental debut album, The World Lit Up and Filled With Colour. Filled beginning to end with synth heavy melodies, catchy hooks and dreamy vocals, it's a solid release from the Chelmsford boys. From the very opening track, 'Final Wish', it's got a very Birds of Tok