Kairos - Something New EP

Published Tuesday 24th July 2007
Kairos - Something New EP
Kairos - Something New EP

RATING 7 7 7 7 7 7 7
OUR PRODUCT CODE: 27885-12761
LABEL: Independent
RRP: £6.00

Reviewed by Kelly Hargie

This six-track debut EP from this four-piece from Norwich was released in May of this year at the Ultimate Event held at Alton Towers. So far the response has been all positive. Kairos sport an indie rock sound with rhythmic invention and surprising lyrical maturity. All the guys in the band grew up together and are obviously comfortable playing as there is a very relaxed feel going on that translates well to the listener. There is something refreshing about their style and sound with tight playing and engaging hooks. I believe there is still much more to come from this band and I will definitely be awaiting their full length album debut. In the meantime, get in at the ground floor and catch the quality title track and "Possibly Know". Songwriter Aaron Pimlott is a poet.

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Reader Comments

Posted by Sam Dacre in Norwich (UK) @ 12:54 on Jun 29 2007

What an awesome first release from an awesome new band. Powerful lyrics and excellent musicians, singing catchy and anointed songs for this generation... the Kairos generation!!

Posted by Louise in England @ 12:03 on Jun 29 2007

Musically dynamic and lyrically fresh - captures the cry of a generation who's heart's are passionate about God and seeing His power and reality revealed in their lives and in this world.

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