We recently got a really awesome review for this song (click the picture above if you want to hear the song) — here it is:
“If the Doors and INXS were to give birth to an artist this is how it may sound. It is different in the way that Jim Morrison was different and unique to the 60’s. The singing and approach brought to mind INXS but with a better approach.
When the song first started I was like Okay what is this but the little guitar part captured my interest. It started building and when the singer finally started singing I thought Wow no this guy can sing. I think that is why Morrison and INXS came to mind the singer had that same quality and charisma.
This is unlike the generic dribble you would hear if you turned on your radio, this is real music and the kind of music that should have evolved out of the 80’s and 90’s rock.
It’s edgy and not a full on rock song but something different and exciting that pulls you in and makes you listen. How these guys have not been discovered and signed already amazes me. To all the record companies out there “SIGN THESE GUYS UP” if this is a sample of the music they produce then I can’t wait to hear more.
The band was in the pocket and the sound was tight and the singing was just fantastic. As a singer myself I am jealous of just how good this guy sounds. I was totally blown away and when I saw they were from South Africa I was even more impressed. These guys have to be bigger in South Africa than the Sugar Man was when his records were being played. It is becoming clear to me that the bands around the world have kept rock alive and well and taken it in a new direction as evident as soon as you listen to this song.
Templeton, keep up the good work and keep on rocking. I can’t wait to hear what’s next from you and I’ll be waiting with baited breath to hear it.”
Reviewed by David Virgil , United States, Washington, Greater Seattle Area