REVIEW | The Belafonte: Human Hands

In the few months that I’ve known them, Ayrshire alternative rock outfit The Belafonte have impressed me with their energetic live performances, and now it was time to hear their sound on a professionally recorded format. This is where their debut single, Human Hands, comes in.

With an engaging rhythm, a vigorous chorus that is further boosted by catchy lyrics and zealous vocals, and a combination of tight riffs, bass work and drumming, this is a superb tune that will be left ringing in your ears when it’s done, so much so it will compel you to go back and replay it again and again. A mighty fine first impression for new listeners.

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