Album Review | The Joy Formidable - 'Wolf's Law'
Welsh trio The Joy Formidable are a throwback to the mid 90's Post Grunge of bands like Feeder, Bush and Live - their sound has that slick, metallic sheen that used to send A & R men into paroxysms of delight in their quest to discover the next Nirvana.
Their 2011 debut The Big Roar was an impressive opening gambit - here was a band doing it the old fashioned way, building up a following on the strength of a live show that was high on energy and excitement and a cheery bonhomie between band and audience. The Big Roar sounded fresh and exhilarating, and there was a glimmer of hope that The Joy Formidable might just be the ones to give British Rock music a good shaking.
Story by John Balfe | 13:50 | Monday 28th January 2013 | Music News
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