This debut single from Edinburgh melodic rock band, Ivy Black, is an emphatic and funky introduction to a group that are bound to gain national acclaim in the near future
This debut single from Edinburgh melodic rock band Ivy Black is an emphatic and funky introduction to a group that are bound to gain national acclaim in the near future. This single comes out of the buzz that the band have generated after playing such venues as Bannerman’s Bar and Henry’s Cellar Bar in their local Edinburgh, alongside such groups as Porcelain Hill.
The track is met with an energetic riff and the vocals to match as the band which overall is an impressive showing from the group and will undoubtedly create room for a wave of dedicated listeners to wonder what they are capable of next. The vocal showing is that of a power ballad to compliment a crisp bassline, which overall makes for an invigorating and encapsulating listen. Leaving the listener wanting more despite the track having everything that could be asked of an enjoyable listening experience.
The band have released a thrilling and punchy debut which will surely act as foreshadowing for an incredible discography and longevity in the Scottish music scene.
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