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Raglans - Raglans (2014)

14-08-2014, 19:37
Music | Pop | Rock | Alternative | Indie

Raglans - Raglans (2014)

Artist: Raglans
Title Of Album: Raglans
Year Of Release: 2014
Label: IRL
Genre: Indie Rock
Quality: 320 Kbps
Total Time: 36:06 min
Total Size: 88 MB


01. Digging Holes
02. (Lady) Roll Back The Years
03. Fake Blood
04. Before Tonight
05. Natives
06. White Lightning
07. Not Now
08. High Road
09. The Man From Glasgow
10. Down
11. Born In Storms

Taking their name from Patrick Kavanagh’s poem On Raglan Road and not the sweater, their blend (and clear influences) of traditional Irish folk and The Clash are evident. They have the ability to write an incredibly catchy song as last single Digging Holes can comfortably testify with the subtle hint of the matured McFly, a compliment which they should accept, giving eleven tracks that are both precise and memorable.

In 2011, Raglans found themselves in Portugal following an invitation to work with Polecats founder, Boz Boorer who later went on to work with Morrissey. They soon released their debut EP, Long Live, introducing their indie/rock/folk to the public amidst growing acclaim.

Produced by Jay Reynolds (Pulp, The Verve) and mixed by Brian Lucy (Artic Monkeys, Black Keys), the sound of the Raglans debut is well polished. Each instrument is clearly definable and the vocals are well rounded. There are plenty of addictive chants and straplines throughout, and after a support tour with The Strypes and a UK tour of their own planned, they will soon be a name on everyone’s radar.

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