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Trapped In Autumn – Entity | EP Review

Trapped In Autumn have released their new EP Entity. Read here to see what we thought.

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Alternative rock band from Manchester Trapped In Autumn have had a few EPs released, but their brand new one Entity is the pleasure we have had to listen to.  Trapped in Autumn provide a completely different sound straight away. Female fronted rock bands have had a bad rep, and there aren’t many that hit the scene and take it by storm. However, Trapped in Autumn truly do have an outstanding chance.

Songs such as ‘Recover’ are a magical combination of rock, and entranced melody. The vocals from Livvy Mia have a wonderful echo, something akin to Ellie Goulding, with a heavier twist enough to suit the sound they are aiming for. The track itself really takes you whole. The repetition works extremely well in this case to encapsulate the essence of the song.

However they are able to mix it up slightly, such as ‘Who We Are Today’ takes a more pop-rock twist. This would be a good note to take though that the skill of playing does not falter at all throughout. Some of the drumm beats going on are insane. And the riffs and hooks, especially in the intro and chorus to ‘Amethyst’, shred the track to pieces – in a way we absolutely love.

The band are not messing around here, they are stamping loud and clear their original sound.  The quality of sound for a smaller band, on an EP is incredible!

Finally their latest single from the EP ‘Souls’ even uses the much loved audio-input for the intro. The slow percussion builds, and the hook after silence from the intro will hold your attention. They cover all bases in a way that every Rock lover will enjoy this EP, but without selling out in any way. Quite simply Trapped In Autumn are just incredibly talented, and we advise you listen to the EP right away!

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