The Morning Light - The Sounds Of Love Ep
When I first popped in The Sounds of Love EP from The Morning Light, I thought the band had a female singer. However, come to find out it is actually a five-piece male pop band. As the EP progresses it is easier and easier to tell the gender of the band's vocalists. Also, as the album progresses, the music gets better and better. Their pop/rock act, though nothing ground breaking and unique, carries with it a great and melodious sound. Their overall sound can be compared to bands such as Anberlin, Jack's Mannequin, and/or Acceptance.
The first song on the six song EP sounds extremely poppy and features a mellow, acoustic sound with little percussion and doesn't really follow suit with the rest of the album at all. Once you get to "You're Not Mine" the true sound of The Morning Light is exposed. They couldn't be considered a hard rock band at all but their instrumentation definitely carries a lot of weight and emphasis as do the vocals which offer some decent harmony. However, as I've already said, it isn't anything out of the ordinary within the rock/pop scene.
Any pop/rock fan would be pleased with The Sounds of Love EP, especially those into Anberlin, Jack's Mannequin, Acceptance, and even bands like Copeland and Mae. The Morning Light fits well into their genre even if they don't shatter the ground beneath your ears.
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