The Broken Creels
Friend Or Foe (Featuring Colin Clyne)
Re-emerging with another powerful soul shaker, Aberdeen’s The Broken Creels are back with Friend Or Foe. A definite friend of the industry is Colin Clyne, the critically acclaimed singer-songwriter who recently released his own brand of beer. Together, the band and Colin have given us another round of folk-rock musicianship that can be played over and over. Described as a varied catch from the North Sea of music talent, The Broken Creels are made up of several established players from other bands. This community of minds brings a definitive and exciting brush with genius as their prowess meets in the middle. A song written about living in the age of misinformation and cult-like belief in charismatic non-professionals can leave us feeling like friend and foe means nothing anymore.
It cracks open like a gemstone geode as a melodic electric guitar leads across a barrage of grooving chords. Bass and drums take the centre as the vocal enters on the first verse. That voice simmers on the heat with adaptive energy as the progressive composition leans over to more guitar. We get a full-on rock sound within another moment as brilliant drive adds momentum to the persistent rhythm. A punchy and fiery tactic brings extra oomph as the middle-eight hits and the guitar section launches into space. Then, a more down-to-earth section gives us a chance to catch our breath before the chorus gets us jumping again.
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