REVIEW | Come The Spring – Echoes


The members of Brighton alternative rock band Come The Spring already had a fair amount of experience in their pockets by the time they formed back in 2012, and now after a lengthy 6 years together and a pair of EPs under their belt, they are ready to take it to the next level with their debut full-length release – Echoes.

They dish out the goods from the beginning with 13 Months, where the riffs are great and there’s a mix of power and passion behind the harmonies; likewise with Better Now, with the addition of vivid bass lines in the calmer sections.

SJO is a nice, chilled out interlude, but it’s not long before they come swinging back with the catchy For What It’s WorthBrighton And The Blues is the apex of the record, with plenty of emotion running through and connectable writing.

A cool drum-drawn intro leads into the energetic title number, and the guitars prove to be quite the driving force in the climatic Boys Of Summer.

A pleasing collection of tracks that provide a fun rush, unless in a case when they take it down and spill out their sentiments in effective fashion. We can easily justify sticking this one on for a satisfying half hour’s listen.

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