EP Review: "The Cruise Control EP" by The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco

Band: The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco
Title: The Cruise Control EP
Genre: Pop / Rock
Release: 27th October 2013
hits rating: 8/10

Hey guys,

a little while ago the pop/rock band The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco from Essex, England contacted me and asked if I could feature them. 

After really short listen I was already conviced and began getting into their tunes.

Today is the day I review it for you. 

1) Cruise Control
2) The Legend Of Josy & The Juke
3) List Song
4) Breakfast Of Kings

Title track and opener "Cruise Control" bursts into some clapping, an absolutely straight forward dashing melody and creates this grooving and exciting atmosphere.
No need to mention the catchy chorus. That's self explanantory.

"The Legend Of Josy & The Juke" wins you over with rather raspy vocals, a grooving sound consisting of rare guitar riffs and polished piano parts - a great opposite.
It's a rather blues-y number that melts the pop and rock elements.

"List Song" and "Breakfast Of Kings" give you some time to calm down after dancing and jamming along to the first up-beat songs so you can hit the repeat button afterwards.
Their slower rhythm shows the other side of the band which is just as enjoyable as the fast songs.

The slightly retro and blues inspired sound makes the Cruise Control EP an unique listening experience. 

To sum it up: I am pretty sure a lot of you are going to enjoy this band and their songs. I obviously do.

You should listen to these tracks: Cruise Control, The Legend Of Josy & The Juke

The 1957 Tail-Fin Fiasco online:

Thank you for reading!


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