JAWS – The Ceiling – Review

My review

JAWS – The Ceiling


The Birmingham band arrives with their third album and it is certainly the work of their maturation: the production of Gethin Pearson can be clearly be felt, pleasantly flowing songs, a powerful yet refined sound.

Ten songs in which the guitars can draw very interesting melodic lines, always in balance between compact rhythmic sections and in some moments even a certain intense DREAMPOP, but without emphasizing too much and I think this is quite lovely.

Ten songs to listen to without trying to compare their brave textures: this is a band really able to show that rock side that is going to disappear …

Inside this album there are some jewels, the 90s are here to listen to really intrigued, indie rock echoes and surrounds the songs with energic rhythms, it is a fresh, dynamic, contagious work …

Birmingham confirms its excellent period of form and in my opinion this band represents its spearhead.

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