Fullshore are an Alternative Pop-rock band from Birmingham who have been gigging for the past two years with a wide range of influences from bands such as Moose Blood, The 1975 & Jimmy Eat World.
After releasing their debut EP ‘Change’ back in March 2016 they have become a recognisable band in the local scene.
Fullshore have opened for bands such as Turnover, Nai Harvest & Lawson in the past and in the summer of 2016 Fullshore spent their time writing and recording their new EP ‘Cherish’. The EP was recorded with Matt Heap at Suff Studios.
The first track on the EP is “Kendall”, the track starts with a gentle guitar followed by passionate vocals. This is such a beautiful track and you can simply tell that the track is written and sung with passion and emotion. Mid way through the song, the guitar riffs and drum beats get exceedingly powerful. I cannot express how much I love this song!
The second track on the EP is “Wine”, the vocalist has such as soft yet powerful vocal, its satisfying. The start of this song reminds me of Sixpence None the Richer “Kiss me” with the iconic chords at the start of the track. This song is just a work of instrumental genius.
The second last track is “This Time Around”, I seriously cannot find any faults from this band!! This track is well written and you can tell that the lyrics are well thought up. The melody of this track is honestly music to your ears, literally.
Last but not least “Wither”, the last track of the EP! This track has a similar sound to one of the other tracks on the EP, but nothing to worry about as most bands do this. WOAH! The high notes from these vocals are insane! It has melodies that seep into your brain! The drums and guitars all work together to make such a stunning sound.
I 100% LOVE this EP! I think I may have found a new band to listen to! Their EP comes with songs that get better with repeated plays. I would highly recommend this band and I’d give them a solid 10/10! An EP to get lost in!