Review: The Bronze Medal- The Bronze Medal EP

There is a lot to be said about a band that can create a sound that’s perfectly modest without falling hopelessly head first into the category of melancholic, Pret-A-Manger background, noise-esque acoustics. As I’m sure many will agree, there is a very thin line between the two. 

Drifting in and out of dream-like melodies and delicately crafted vocals, Bristolian band, The Bronze Medal, have successfully managed to achieve this, creating something unassuming and yet undoubtedly intricate with their new self-titled EP.

Despite being somewhat downbeat, the faultless harmonies throughout opening track Furrows, and the subtle yet powerful cymbals throughout the track to follow entitled Womb, create enough atmosphere and intimate http://laparkan.com/buy-sildenafil/ warmth to leave you wanting more.

After the success of their debut single Milk in 2011, the band have developed an ever growing fan base who have eagerly awaited the release of their new EP, which will not disappoint. If these tracks are anything to go by, I think it’s safe to say The Bronze Medal are set to make some serious waves in 2012.

Perfectly fitting for anything from a summer soiree, to drowning your sorrows into a bottle of Pino G post-party, with the warm weather fast approaching (we wish), it’d be a crime not to add the Bristol boys to this seasons playlist.

Words: Maya Radcliffe