REVIEW | The Label – Vodka And Lemonade


Hailing from the musically-underrated town of Paisley, we have The Label who are here to give us our shot of indie rock with their second EP – Vodka And Lemonade.

The opening title track is an energetic one with a bouncing rhythm, a big part of that being courtesy of dazzling riffs. Black Fiesta lowers the pace but the band continue to shine with such memorable lyrics and smooth bass throughout.

The great writing remains consistent with Hangover and the guitar work is once again excellent. A cymbal-driven beat kicks off the closing number Copenhagen, soon intensifying for a thrilling anthem topped off with a bombastic chorus and lead by zealous vocals.

As our first introduction to the four-piece, we are thoroughly impressed by what the guys have delivered. An entertaining package of exciting tracks that leave us with a ecstatic buzz after every listen.


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