Single Review: The Suncharms – Red Dust

The Suncharms single 'Red Dust' Artwork

The Suncharms are a five piece indie pop/Shoegaze band based in Sheffield made up of Marcus Palmer on vocals, Matt Neale on Guitar, John Malone on Guitar, Richard Farnell on Bass and Chris Ridley on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Red Dust’.

‘Red Dust’ builds slowly, a lot of various electronic noises, built over a guitar, a very strong opening, that quickly blends with the vocals which have a cool distorted feel, like you were underwater. This song is one of those songs I love to talk about where you can sit back and just let it wash over you, where it sparks your imagination, comforts you and engages with you all at the same time. ‘Red Dust’ is a nice track, easy going, but with a lot happening for you to take notice of and enjoy.

So that’s what I thought of The Suncharms single ‘Red Dust’ and if you want to check that out for yourselves then head on over to Bandcamp. And make sure and support the group by following them on Facebook and Twitter.


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