Solid Punk Grooves

Fenech-Soler’s ‘Demons’ EP that leaves you wanting more. Their album is set to be released sometime this spring, and considering how solid the EP is, it should be a must have for alternative /punk /rock genre buffs.

The title track starts off strong lyrically and instrumentally. It’s a catchy rock song that has a little of Panic at the Disco meets Coldplay. “I see the Demons and I just can’t hide.” The song is an infectious track made to make radio airplay. “Stone Bridge” is a great ballad on the Demons EP. The piano and vocal combination on this track, makes this a surefire hit. This is a great follow up track to Demons on this album.

“Lies” is also a fantastic track. It begins with an uptempo instrumental and great drum backing. This song has an edgy rock feel, but also has that hint of pop music that would place this song at a trendy clothing store’s playlist.

The final track on the EP, “Demons (White Version),” is a cool spin on the title track single. It’s slower than the first song, but still packs a powerful medley of instrumentals, vocals and lyrics.

Overall, this EP is a must have. Fans will appreciate the great time and detail this fantastic band gives to each song. The band currently has a new track out, “Stop and Stare,” and will be in Europe this coming summer, which makes them even more worth listening to.

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Maria Sica teaches Middle School English, tutors college students, and has recently completed her Master’s Degree in English Education at Brooklyn College. She loves keeping busy, yet does not mind the occasional moments when she can catch up with a good book wrapped in a fleece blanket, and drinking a cup of tea (which may sound boring to her friends and boyfriend, but she doesn’t care). She has always loved to read and write at an early age. She will be the first to admit that she is a nerd-and loves anything sci-fi such as the X-files. She is also a fan of Harry Potter and Spongebob Squarepants, and counts them as her favorite Heros next to Wonder Woman and Marty McFly. However, unlike most nerds, she can’t do math if her life, or yours, depended on it.

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