INK – ‘Heaven’ – EP Review 12/04/2018 76 INK - 'Heaven' - EP ReviewINK - 'Heaven' - EP Review 8INK - 'Heaven' - EP Review 8INK - 'Heaven' - EP Review 8INK - 'Heaven' - EP Review 8INK - 'Heaven' - EP Review 82018-04-128Overall ScoreReader Rating: (1 Vote)8.0 INK have arrived with their debut EP Heaven which is the latest venture of the former Mcfly band member Dougie Poynter. But this is not the first time that a former boy band member has gone into do something that is a little less pop. Where Busted’s Charlie Simpson went for an aggressive Hard Rock sound with Fightstar and James Bourne, also from Busted, went for the Pop Punk genre with Sons Of Dork, INK have gone down the more Post-Punk road. Poynter has gotten quite the resume in the last 10 years with being the bassist and vocalist for Mcfly And co-writing children’s books with his former band member Tom Fletcher, INK is just the latest addition. Vocalist and guitarist Todd Dorigo and drummer Corey Alexander join the line up and complete the band. Having hit the scene rather quietly the EP itself is anything but quiet. With its dark sounding vocals and catchy riffs it’s very much a stand alone sound that cannot be compared to previous work from the band members. Despite just being 4 tracks the band has been able to showcase their sound and show a lot of promise going forward. You can hear their influences of bands such as The Rolling Stones and the beginning of the title track has a very familiar sound of Iggy Pop. Don’t get me wrong though their music is completely their own and when listening closely you can hear the well written subjects of these tracks such as love and anxiety. Each track is well composed and you can find yourself easily listening to them on repeat. INK are clearly here to be taken seriously and anybody unsure because of the background of Poynter should push any preconception out of their mind as this is its own band. The boys are touring this year as well as releasing this EP and I’ve no doubt this will be a show to keep your eyes open for. Tracklist: 1. Heaven 2. Fever 3. Symphony Woman 4. Back To The Noise Tour Dates: 4th May: Brighton, The Haunt 5th May: Blandford, Teddy Rocks Festival 6th May: Plymouth, The Junction 8th May: Exeter, The Cavern 9th May: Bristol, The Exchange 11th May: Cardiff, Clwb Ifor Bach 12th May: Birmingham, The Flapper 13th May: Nottingham, Bodega 14th May: SHeffield, The Corporation 16th May: Manchester, Star & Garter 17th May: GLasgow, Garage Attic 18th May: Edinburgh, The Mash House 19th May: Newcastle, Think Tank 21st May: Leeds The Key Club 22nd May: Wolverhampton, Slade Rooms 23rd May: London, Camden Assembly 24th May: Tunbridge Wells, Forum 26th May: Southampton, Joiners 27th May: Northampton, Roadmender Underground 28th May: Coventry, Kasbah Tuesday 29th May: Milton Keynes, Craufurd Arms INK._National Tour Poster https://rocknloadmag.com/album-review/arborview-through-the-storm-ep-review/ Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Like this:Like Loading... Related Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.