Now is a straightforward rock track that sizzles with passion and intensity. The band is able to create something that is confident and strong even as the act takes their own tack on psychedelic, Brit-pop and alternative music. Live Without Warning is a tender track that is provided further depth through the wide range of guitar sounds that issue forth. Whether it is a soft and sedate side or something fuzzy and loud, Drastic Andrew are able to build each note into something considerably greater than the sum of the band’s constituent elements.
Pedestrian Love Song is an expansive effort that will take listeners on a journey with intense and deep instrumentation and impassioned vocals. Send Him Back is a country-rock track that could work just as well in the 1970s as it does today. Punchy drums and on-point guitar work make this into an alluring track, providing listeners with the energy that they need to conclude the album.
End of the Line is the final track on Drastic Andrew’s Live Without Warning, and the track does a tremendous jopb in contributing to the cohesion enjoyed on the release. More interestingly, the track showcases a distinct and different side to the band; one wonders whether the act will move into the windswept, folksy sound of this concluding effort for subsequent releases. For more information about Drastic Andrew, visit their domain. Information about the day to day happenings of the band and samples of their music can be located at their Facebook or SoundCloud profiles.
Top Tracks: Every Minute of Today, Pedestrian Love Song, End of the Line