Eric & The Soo
Eastside Confectionery Records
They're back with yet more brilliance, Eric & The Soo return from the Lincoln County Social Club studio with another burst of quality sound. Featuring Ken Yoshioka on electric guitar, Julian Fauth on keyboards, Tim Bradford with the bass, Dino Naccarato on drums, James McKie on violin, and fronted by Eric Brombacher on acoustic guitar and vocals, Moneytown hits the high-street. Where has the soul of our communities gone? Recent trends have pushed us all online and that's pushed many home-built businesses out of the window. Replaced by chain-stores and conglomerates, the monopoly of locality is becoming stronger. It really is up to local and national officials to make it worthwhile for folks to set up shop where the value can be measured in community spirit. We totally agree. Let's listen to the song and see what Eric & The Soo really think.
It opens with a cheeky riff that schmoozes into the air with a dash of keys, drum, and bass. Eric enters with his synonymous sound as the band deliver a groovy and inventive foray of catchy licks. Harmonising notes flicker and dance as the band enjoy the loose yet expertly designed fabric of melody. Lyrics describe the sense of upside-down priorities that dominate where we live. A country folk swagger keeps the flow moving at a delicious pace while expert craftsmanship brings subtle progression with jazz-like fills that keep us guessing and entertained.
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Eric And The Soo
We Will Stay The Same
Fun and lively rock music with a maple leaf flavour just got a little bit sweeter. Eric And The Soo have crafted this catchy and creative track that's got its own home-made video. Featuring the guitar skills of Ken Yoshioka, Tim Bradford with the bass and vocal harmonies, James McKie on Violin, Juno Award winner Julian Fauth on the keyboard, and Dino Naccarato behind the drums, the synonymous voice of Eric Brombacher has everything it needs. Penned as an introduction to this latest round of summer, for those on the north side of the world, it's bound to sound just as good down under too.
A strumming mosey of guitar layers grows with melody as violin bursts through with fresh lead guitar licks. Eric begins to sing, his rough and ready rock vocal style clarifies the sense of potent positivity that launches the chords from their bars. A happiness and buoyancy brings new sections together as the musical flow consistently swings through blues and folk breaks with piano chords mirroring the guitars that fling with fiery frivolity.
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