Grief Society | Time Travel EP

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Time Travel EP

by Grief Society

Melodic rock with a solid groove
Genre: Rock: Hard Rock
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1. Time Travel
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2. Flowers
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3. Pin Cushion
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4. That Girl (Acoustic Version)
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5. Time Travel (Radio Edit)
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Album Notes
Grief Society's latest release, 'Time Travel' explores the complexities of friendship and relationships - from sexual attraction and the intoxication of new love to infidelity and betrayal. On first hearing you will be drawn in by the stomping rock beat, catchy melodies and impressive guitar work. Delve deeper and you will realise the material is not based on sugar-coated romantic ideals.

The lyrics draw upon wry first-hand experience and observations of relationships in the real world and are unfraid to confront the less attractive aspects of affairs of the heart. Obsession, emotional blackmail, stalking and loneliness are feaures throughout ...

But don't worry!

Grief Society wrap the whole thing up in a nice melodic rock package with good tunes and blistering guitar work to soften the blow.

Love isn't easy....


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Nixon Mcvicar

Cornish Mayhem Meets Urban Angst and Nails It to the Beach
No corduroy boy angst or 'love' songs here so they probably won't be supporting James Blunt anytime soon... never mind eh ? (heh heh heh)... They've real songs about stuff that actually happens to real people. And they rock, but their (varied) genre is summed up elsewhere here so I will just add: saw them in Newquay Cornwall a few years back in a pub where the crowd was split three ways between surfers from the international competition that was concluding that weekend, some frankly 'loved-up' clubbers out for some pre-club action and some very large bikers. On a very hot August night. Either the beer was the best in town or they rocked, cos' no-one left all night as more people came in, despite the elbow-room only space. Top vibes - I seem to remember they finished a set of largely their own stuff with a cracking rendition of the Who's See Me Feel me Touch Me. Can't say fairer than that. Buy it, then.