The Willowz Set Release for Everyone
When The Willowz formed in 2002, they were just teenagers with ambitious dreams. Fast forward seven years and the band has found itself featured on the soundtracks to such award winning films such as "Eternal Sunshine Of The Spotless Mind" and "The Science Of Sleep," and on numerous publications' "best of the year" lists. Nominated for L.A. Weekly's "Rock Band of the Year," making Rolling Stone's 50 Best Albums of the Year [only a RS dork would call Orange County "the O.C."], and coveting [???] the O.C. Weekly's "#1 Rock Album of the Year" for their 2007 record, Chautauqua, The Willowz are gearing up for the release of their eagerly anticipated forth album, Everyone.
Opening the record is "Break Your Back," a track that starts out with simple percussion and colorful vocals before crescendo-ing into a massive, heavily layered song, paving the way for the remainder of this dynamic rock album.
"I Know" rides the waves between garage rock vigor and an undeniably addictive, anthemic chorus. "Way It Seems" highlights lead vocalist Richie James Follin's incredible range as his falsetto accompanies the always tempo changing song, making it stand out as an original track that can't be qualified as either fast paced nor a ballad, but rather manages to be both.
The Willowz once again challenge the rock genre with their unique and beautifully crafted sound. Their luscious harmonies and fiercely rocking melodies make Everyone a gem in their already expansive discography.
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