An album released today – that is worthy of your attention. Read on for our thoughts on King Harvest & The Weight’s Album Maps.
Out today due to a national tour – Maps is the debut album by King Harvest & The Weight. With themes echoing back to a pre-punk era, taking songwriting skills with elements of 60s pop and 70s rock – We welcome them.
King Harvest & The Weight are: Ben Adey (Vocals/Bass), Justin Edley (Drums) and Olly Smith (Guitar/Vocals).
When it Stops – High tempo guitar heavy introduction to a good track. Guitar riff definitely catchy with a good drum background.
The Night – The ballad style song of the album. Slow melodic but still has that proverbial edge to it. “Hold on to the night”.
Unstuck – The one we could dance too. Its catchy vocals are the highlight of this track – with the lyrics very stuck in our heads.
A good variety album but sticking to a underlining theme to bring it together. Each track stands out for different reasons be it strong vocals or a great guitar riff. This is a good album to add to the collection.
For More Info –
The Glad Cafe, Glasgow, June 25th
The Voodoo Rooms, Edinburgh, June 26th
IRELAND Pine Lodge, Cork, July 1st
Roisn Dubh, Galway, July 2nd
Grand Social, Dublin, July 3rd