Will this album be Magical? Will it bring out the Rebel in me? or will I just Ghost the whole experience….Lets find out!
Here’s to Magic (feat. Dennis Lyxzén [Refused])
This track has you bouncing from the very beginning, it’s clash like vibes is cool. then with a surprising twist it goes from Clash to REM in an instant. it’s a haunting rock track that just explodes into a wild screech that ensure you sit up straight and listen….. It’s Pure Magic!
Holy Ghost (feat. Jon Harvey [Monster Truck])
This track sounds like a Suzie Quatro and Status Quo’s lovechild hit the stage….It’s got a great groove, great beat and the vocal is husky and sexy. The chorus is a definite sing along to song, I loved this one it’s just an all round great track. A definite for the car! windows down, tunes up and off you go (safely and legally of course…)
Rebel (feat. Lzzy Hale [Halestorm])
This one starts off like an old track from the 70’s. The vocal is clean and clear and has a soft tone, it then blasts into a vocal that could be mistaken for Alannah Miles! husky, smokey and just so good…This is another great track and I would highly recommend you guys listen to this album as there is not a bad song it al all. GET THIS ALBUM IN YOUR CAR, IF YOU DON’T DRIVE, GET YOUR TRAINERS ON AND GO FOR A LONG WALK WITH THIS BLASTING IN YOUR EARPHONES! AMAZING ALBUM GUYS.
The Picturebooks have just released their 4th
full length album, The Major Minor Collective, this two-piece, Rock/Blues
band have been busy splitting their time between music, skateboarding and motorcycles, and sharing every moment with their fans along the way;
The Picturebooks have become more than a band. They have cultivated loyal fanbase that gravitates to the band as much for their lifestyle as they do for the music.
With 3 albums under their belts and countless live shows played all over the world, Fynn Grabke (Guitar/Vox) and Philipp Mirtschink (Drums/Percussion) have truly paid their dues; playing venues of all sizes and sharing the bigger stages with the likes of Clutch, Black Stone Cherry, Monster Truck, Kadavar, Iron Maiden’s Steve
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