7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review
7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review 8
7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review 8
7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review 8
7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review 8
7he 7ouch -​ Seventyseven - EP Review 8
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All the way from Greece, ​7he 7ouch h​​ave been making waves across the UK. Their debut EP ​Seventyseven ​is 6 tracks of infectious rock music.

The EP is full of great tracks that are full of impressive guitars and catchy lyrics. Right from the get go, it comes in hard and fast with “Solution”. This track is the very definition of those catchy lyrics with a chorus that you can’t help but get behind. It’s from this track that you can begin to hear the bands influences behind their writing. Using their influences from leaving Greece during the financial crisis, they have put their experiences into their writing to talk about real political issues that they have seen. They use the driving force of their talents to get ok of this across in a way that has a very old school rock feel behind it. While it may sound old school they are in fact very modern at the same time with their writing, this EP would fit the hard rock scene from both 10 or 20 years ago as well as fitting well today. They have spent 4 years perfecting their sound in order to make music that is well put together and gives them a very clear sound without any confusion.

7he 7ouch​​ have taken their time to create an EP that allows their fans to have a clear insight into who they are as a band. If you like good old fashioned rock then this is most definitely a band you’ll enjoy!

Emmie

 

Tracklist

1.Solution

2.You Can

3.My Face

4.Knobs

5.R.A.G.E.

6.Blitz

 

UPCOMING DATES​​:
NOVEMBER 09 – MANCHESTER, The Kings Arms NOVEMBER 10 – LEEDS, Fox & Newt NOVEMBER 11 – BIRMINGHAM, The Flapper NOVEMBER 12 – LONDON, Nambucca

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