Tapestry- The Motion Picture EP Review

Tapestry- The Motion Picture EP Review

Female-fronted, 5-piece band, Tapestry have begun an inexorable rise in popularity. Supporting bands such as The Xcerts, Dorje and Cortes they are no doubt gathering attention in the indie and rock communities.

Opening with the sounds of a storm, the EP's first track & The Puppeteer proves to be a good indicator of whats to come in the debut EP from these up and comers.

Much like a storm, the powerful vocals from the bands front-woman carry the bands unique mix of styles forward relentlessly. All the while, impressive instrumentals underlay the vocals on this EP to blend into an undeniably atmospheric tone.

The band also frequently and seamlessly mixes clean guitar picking with a distorted aggression more akin to rock and metal such as in their second track.

One of the stand out tracks Denied leaves vibes of artists such as Nico Vega (in their earlier, heavier form) and gives the impression that this band has the quality production value and talent behind them to sound far bigger than their current, more humble, standing might suggest.

Full of passion and energy, these guys clearly have the potential to reach great heights.

Stream and purchase The Motion Picture by following the link below:
http://tapestryband.bandcamp.com/album/the-motion-picture

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