Share

Track of the Day #115: De Rosa – Spectres

Posted by Neil Wilson

De Rosa
‘Cult band’ is a phrase that gets thrown about a lot, and often misused.  It’s also probably a term that most to whom it applies would rather it didn’t, as it sums up their massive talent and potential being devotedly appreciated by too few.  None the less it’s hard to argue the De Rosa are anything other than a cult band,  having gained acclaim in the mid-00’s for their Chemikal Underground released albums Mend and Prevention before splitting in 2009.

That time apart wouldn’t last and since reuniting in 2012 they’ve steadily been working on new material, of which Spectres leads the way.  The first single to be taken from their forthcoming album Weem, the track starts with minimal guitar lines, veiled with a atmospheric folk feel.  Around Martin John Henry’s voice a storm is circling though as the track twists into strong indie-rock offering while Henry’s emotive lyrics pair up perfectly with the striking piano chords.

Spectres lays the groundwork for the return of De Rosa.  2016 simply can’t come fast enough.





Share this article




Mt. Doubt – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

Having been tipped as ‘one to watch’ by Vic Galloway, and received high praise for his debut album by the

Continue reading




Hamish James Hawk – Scottish Fiction Session ...

My latest session guest on Scottish Fiction is an artist who’s name you will be hearing a lot more over

Continue reading




JR Green – Scottish Fiction Session Videos

There’s just something about siblings making music together isn’t there?  JR Green consist of brothers Jacob and Rory, originally from

Continue reading




Almost Scottish Fiction Volume 7

  We’ve been somewhat sleeping on the job when it comes to our continuing Almost Scottish Fiction EP series.  Not

Continue reading


Album Review: Mt. Doubt – My Past Is A Quiet ...

In Mt. Doubt’s 2015 album My Past Is A Quiet Beast, Leo Bargery has struck a somnambulistic balance between dark

Continue reading


Civil Elegies – For The Consideration Of Ama ...

Glasgow noise rock/post-punk trio Civil Elegies released their second album back in November, their second album of 2015, having only

Continue reading


Posted by: Toni Spencer, 20th February 2016