Witness the vintage sound of ‘Red Telephone’ with their latest single ‘Victoria Park’
There is a timeless quality an other-worldly melancholic sadness that hangs on every passing note from Cardiff’s most exciting psychedelic night urchins Red Telephone latest single ‘Victoria Park’. It could be a long lost song from the 1966 ‘Blow-Up’ soundtrack, The Yardbirds covering Syd Barrett in the minor key! Yet ‘Victoria Park’ is very much about today, the sound of a band transcending their influences to create a confident and thrilling world within their songwriting. As the bands singer Declan Andrews explains of the recording process. “we wanted to create a striking and recognisable landscape of sounds without overwhelming the core song. It could have easily ended up full of baroque-sounding parts but in the end we found ourselves taking parts away and opening up space”
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Everlast releases new video for Don’t Complain
The song is taken from Everlast’s new album WHITEY FORD’S HOUSE OF PAIN, which was just released via his own Martyr-Inc label. His seventh solo studio effort overall and first studio album of all-new material since 2011’s Songs of the Ungrateful Living (2013’s The Life Acoustic was re-recorded solo guitar versions of previously released songs). The 12-song collection offers an eclectic stylistic sampling from throughout EVERLAST’s nearly-three-decade-long journey. WHITEY FORD’S HOUSE OF PAIN depicts Everlast as a heartland working class hero.