The Suncharms are an indie/shoegaze band from 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. This isn’t my first time reviewing them either, and you can check that out here and here. Today I’ll be reviewing their single ‘Jet Plane’.
‘Jet Plane’ opens with a blast of percussion that fades to a more subtle backing, and the guitars take over, it’s a strong intro that leads into a fast paced song, I feel that the audio is ever so slightly eclipsed by the instrumentals, but it’s a minor issue in an otherwise great track, and in fact may work in its favour because applying just a little extra focus to the vocals, you hear them a little clear, understand them a little better, leading to a more rewarding listening experience.
So that’s what I thought of The Suncharms single ‘Jet Plane’ and if you want to check that out then head on over to Bandcamp. Make sure and support the band by following them on Facebook and Twitter.
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Good reviews honest and appreciated many thanks for taking the time to keep us all informed cheers