The Eventide
Blank Thoughts

‘Nothing More’ introduces you to the bassy sounds of The Eventide. This track has a simple beat that leaves room for the ‘strain at the leash’ lead vocal to take control.

‘Show and Tell’ may be a b-side but it’s the best track on the record. It has a catchy guitar riff and a melodic vocal that sounds like Brian Molko.

While not immediately striking, overall, The Eventide have made a good attempt with this single. Perhaps they should head even further down the Placebo road in terms of putting their guts into the record – if they do find that extra oomph they could well be back with even stronger material.

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Louise Stephens was a long-term writer for The Mag.

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