Just Listen: TempleVesta – Tempestuous

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TEMPLE VESTA In Tempestuous from TempleVesta, following from debut single Juvenilethe use of well timed complete musical rests gives the group something that stands out from other UK guitar rock artists. those muted moments show that sometimes you can say so much by not saying anything at all. The Birmingham 5-piece combined the perfect amount of surf-guitar effects in the opening bars, funk bass lines and dynamic vocals throughout which amalgamate into a brilliant and intriguing second single. There’s so many dark and light elements to the song (including lyrics that criticise Lad drinking culture) but it doesn’t come across as too complex or scatterbrained. The production has obviously had great care put into it, and that means is you’ll be furiously searching for their live dates so you can see them before they start to sell out

 

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