Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Everfound: Dawn In the Eyes EP Review

I love listening to family bands, but what about a band of brothers straight from Russia? That’s what makes Everfound stick out in addition to their heavily melodic rock, soothing melodies, and outstanding vocals. And their latest EP, Dawn In the Eyes already has two hit singles! Impressive as that is, one listen to Everfound’s new EP will instantly leave you coming back for more!

“Disappear” sets the stage with piano rock, as it speaks of the struggles of quitting and continuing, but it also serves as an encouraging reminder that no matter what we go through, we can’t make God disappear. On the same note comes the somewhat haunting “She Said,” which has already become a huge hit for the Russian band of brothers. Speaking of being deceived by a girl who promises love forever, it’s serious as it speaks of the evil that exists in situations such as this.

Almost on a lyrical U-turn, “Someone” states that there is always Someone – namely God – who will be there for us when the world is crashing down on us. This middle track on Dawn In the Eyes is absolutely amazing, especially the way it builds throughout. “To Die For” stands out for its catchy lyrics, while “Are You With Me?” closes up the album with a bit of a swing rock note. In this track, Everfound gives common scenarios of problems that we see go wrong around us each day, and challenges the listener to step up to the plate and make a chance, stating that “the future is worth fighting for.”

This short EP is simply amazing! This band of four Russian brothers can make some of the best music in the piano rock genre, plus the honesty in their lyrics, the amazing vocals, and all else combines for a fantastic project. Check out Everfound today. You will not be disappointed!

Rating: 4.5/5
Release date: July 26, 2011

Track listing:
1. Disappear
2. She Said
3. Someone
4. To Die For
5. Are You With Me Now?

1 comment:

  1. Good EP review I liked it. I will be checking out that band as soon as I can.


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