EP Review: House Above The Sun

house above the sun

Formerly known as The Healing, HOUSE ABOVE THE SUN have released their self-titled EP this week.

Following suit of their 2014 acclaimed EP, Childhood Home, the four-track offering displays a melodic presence of folk music that meets a real spine tingling, 70s-inspired rock – very reminiscent of Fleetwood Mac and Dr Hook. Sure to hit the spot with die-hard fans of these 70s cult bands.

Must Listens: Footsteps, Love’s Ugly Twin.

 

Upcoming Release: Deep – Yeti Love

Yeti Love

Alternative folk duo YETI LOVE will be releasing their latest single Deep on 7th September. This is the first release from their self-titled debut album out in late September, two weeks after the single.

Formed in 2012, Peter Hamilton and Dave Sears have crafted and perfected their heavenly folksy trademark (which they called alt-rogue-folk-rock), featured in their previous track, Lonely Road. The soft folk rockers have taken this one-of-the-kind approach in their forthcoming offering, coupled with strong messages of the ills of today’s society.

As well as having a single and an album in the pipeline, plus an album promotion tour from late September, YETI LOVE have been organising their own festival, The Air Balloon Garden Party, taking place at Rickman Hill Park (Coulson, Surrey) on 29th-30th August.

For future tour dates, please visit their website…but before you take a detour, have a listen to the ever-so-soothing Deep.