That Noise - Love Remains
- Artist: That Noise
- EP: Love Remains
- Label: Blacktooth Music
- Year of Release: 2012
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- Reviewed by: dscanland on 2012-06-18
The L.A.-based band, That Noise is a band that I feel has much potential. I've had the pleasure of listening to their Love Remains 3 song EP for the last couple weeks and have been trying to formulate the words to describe these nicely polished songs. If you just happen upon the songs you might dismiss them for just another pop-rock band but if you spend some time with all three you start to realize that these songs are infectious gems that will sink into your subconscience and demand more of your time. The songs are big, arena ready songs. The first track is called "Erase The Pain" and I think it's probably the finest of the three tracks. It's powerful chorus will have you singing along after only a couple listens. "Everywhere you are" is the most laid back but still has great rock elements throughout. Then the title track of this EP demands your attention as well. It will get crowds clapping along in time and bobbing their heads. Beautifully produced EP for an indie band.
If you like rock/pop bands like White Lies from the UK or even US-side The Killers, then you need to head over to their site and download this EP. You might even compare these tracks to My Chemical Romance.
Also look out for their brilliant upstyled cover of Kings of Leon's "Sex On Fire". Just different enough to warrant it.
I predict big things for this band. If radio picks up on any of these tracks, success will follow.
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on 2012-06-21 gutterseed Said:
I'm not sure I'd call them arena ready or compare them to My Chemical Romance, more like the Killers. I'm not big on this type of music though. I do agree that for an EP it's amazingly clear and cohesive. They have potential. They're actually playing instruments, which is refreshing. The fact that they covered a Kings of Leon song is awesome within itself. No, would I continue to listen to it on spotify? Yes.
on 2012-06-20 hstisgod Said:
really dig this band, and KROQ has been playing the "Sex On Fire" cover from what I understand. I also think these guys should break into mainstream on their next release, just hope they take their time.