‘A Lasting Place’ EP
By C.W. Ross
When the Toronto, Canada based band Morning Fame contacted me about their music in their message they said that, “…Right now we are in the process of contacting labels and management companies because we believe that our songwritting is solid.”
After listening to their 5-song EP, ‘A Lasting Place,’ I think that it won’t be long until they find a label to call home. As each of the EP’s five tracks filled my speakers up I kept thinking to myself that this is some really good music.
The band’s sound is driven by its guitars (Joe Liranzo-guitar, Donald Colaco-bass) and drum (Alan Dennis) parts with vocals (Vik Kapur) that melt into the mix creating a tight sound that makes for an enjoyable listening experience.
I also liked the bands use of building starts that they used on several of their songs letting the guitars and drum work lay a solid foundation before the vocals joined in on the fun.
As for any favorite tracks? They all worked well for me; like the strong guitar solo found on “Blinded,” or the rapid drum work found on, “Time.” Maybe it’s the vocals found on the ballad sounding track, “Long Time Waiting.”
With what I heard from Morning Fame’s ‘A Lasting Place’ EP I can see a very bright future ahead for them.
The EP’s official release date is set for September.
(Review also published on Indie Music Stop)