Red Hearted Vibrations are a four piece pop/rock band from Dumbarton made up of Craig White on Guitar/Vocals, Laura Nelson on Vocals, Graham White on Bass and Steven Nelson on Drums. If you want to find out more about the band then check out this Interview I did with them, and make sure and check out this review of their debut single ‘Circles’ as well. But anyway today I’ll be reviewing their latest single ‘The Girl Who Done No Wrong’.
‘The Girl Who Done No Wrong’ opens fast with a nice percussive burst backed up by the strings, and you don’t have to wait too long for the vocals of Laura Nelson, she has a beautifully clear voice that’s made for filling up rooms. The track itself is busy but not overly so and it’s just so catchy, I’ve been kind of behind with these reviews so I’ve had ample chance to listen to these tracks and this one has
just been on repeat for me. I think what I like most about it is the momentum, where it doesn’t feel rushed but it just flows along wonderfully, and its perfect as a soundtrack to the tedium of a regular life, makes the boring a lot more fun. What surprises me so much about this track is that it’s only their second track released together and its so well put together, they already have a clear identity and that’s really something worth talking about.
So that’s what I thought of the latest track from Red Hearted Vibrations which you can check out on Bandcamp. And while you’re at it make sure and follow the band on Facebook and Twitter.
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