STYLE: Rock RATING OUR PRODUCT CODE: 20761-11641 LABEL: Independent FORMAT: CD Single ITEMS: 1
Reviewed by Philip Croft
For their last album, simply called 'VII', Tony Cummings commented on the maturity and quality of the songwriting of the Bournemouth-based rockers. I have to say that that is what stands out for me on this single too. The style is pretty much that of a typical '80s rock ballad, but without the cheesiness. Lyrically the guys are open about their faith without having to mention Jesus in every single line and to be honest this really is good enough to get airplay on most secular radio stations but I can't help thinking that it won't. Royalties are going to help people with eating disorders. Overall, an impressive single while we await the band's 2007 album.
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