- Audio CD (25 Aug. 2014)
- Number of Discs: 1
- Label: Heavenly Recordings
- ASIN: B00K8E3AP0
- Other Editions: Audio CD | Vinyl | MP3 Download
- Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 31,528 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
Annabel Dream Reader
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'Annabel Dream Reader' is the debut album from The Wytchesand was recorded at Toe Rag Studios with co-production by the band's Kristian Bell and former The Coral guitarist Bill Ryder-Jones. Album features the singles 'Gravedweller' and 'Wire Frame Mattress'.
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Well folks....these guys do, in spades. It got me on the first listen which is rare, sure I can hear many influences here from the Velvets, JAMC at their feedback screeching noisiest and of course The Cramps and I wondered if these guys loved a bit of surf music too ?
Keep it up guys, this is the best new album this year by a long stretch...excellent !!
Despite the absence of a female singer, which would have been awesome (have you considered a sex change Kristian? haha, kidding...) this is a great album. It has tons of angst, clever lyrics, lots of hardcore attitude and best of all - great songs! My favourites - and by that I mean I REALLY like these tracks - are Weights and Ties and Track 13. Which is kind of odd because I normally go for really hard guitar rock and these are two of the more 'ballad' type tracks on the album. But they are brilliant songs which most importantly, don't sound like anyone else. The others which I feel really stand out are Fragile Male and Summer Again. Now that's four classic songs on one record. Normally I am really happy if I get two.
I have high hopes for this band and I'm really looking forward to their next album. Apart from Savages I had pretty much given up on British music I must be honest but these guys have given me reason to hope that there is still pockets of fire on the rainy old island that hasn't been totally extinguished.
Bit of a cross between Black Sabbath and the Seeds... closest similar contemporaries are the Arctic Monkeys but the Wytches are rawer
with boundless energy....ones to watch in the future.