London based alt-rockers More Than Most have been on my personal radar for quite some time now and having seen them live numerous times, are a band who’s music inspires, excites and connects with anyone who listens to them. This debut EP from the group shows exactly that!
Opening track You’re Not Alone is anthemic and rocky, starting the EP with a mighty bang, the lyrics, just like throughout the record, are inspirational and this, along with Remember Who You Are are definitely tracks to listen to if you need a pick-me-up. The synths and riffs throughout the EP are incredible and the vocals are top-notch. Save Me From Myself is a bit of a tear-jerker and definitely a fan-favourite with some hard-hitting and relatable lyrics beautifully relayed by vocalist Izzy Stylez and over some 30 Seconds To Mars-esque atmospheric melodies. Closing track Nightmares brings an almost hard-rock element with riffs worthy of good moshing, which, if you’ve been to see the band at any of their shows, you’ll know this track brings out the infamous MTMFamily wall of death and mosh pit!
This exciting EP is the product of an insanely talented band and an acclaimed producer in Justin Hill (Young Guns, Yashin, Heart of a Coward, Sikth, Taking Back Sunday). It is a must listen as it is sure to propel the band to dizzy heights in 2016.