From: TN, United States
Genre: Rock, Indie, alternative
No Illusions I
Credence Found has really matured between their first EP In Absentia and their first full length Release No Illusions I.
There are many songs that evoke the great things of the past but are not nostalgic but fresh and exciting to hear from a band that is not hindered by being on a label but is truly able to express their vision as they see fit.
Dissident in the Garden of Love is a fantastic opener. The punk rock/hard rock Revolt or Revolution shows they can kick it into high gear. Winter Chill is an amazingly accessible pop like acoustic tune. And these are just the first FIFTH of the Album which has FIFTEEN songs.
Selective Amnesia is about a broken relationship. Fresh Strings is about starting things over again with a lover. Crooked Steps is a hard rocker with a catchy chorus and a favorite live set song.
The Alabaster Chamber is based on a Emily Dickinson poem. Dark Sunday Afternoon is a catchy tune that evokes early nineties bands like Nirvana. 1000 Years is a Black Sabbath/Soundgarden type song.
Silver Starlight is a song that evokes Pink Floyd and Radiohead about temptation and decadence. Tell Me is an energetic rocker about belief. Night Falls is about danger and epic songwriting.
The Rising Tide is about uncontrollable emotions and situations you have in life. Where Are you? is a song that asks the listener. Why do the heathen rage? answers some questions about the power struggles we see in our culture and around the world.
Gaining fans in Brazil, Costa Rica, Hawaii, Romania, Japan and Mumbai they look to bring their brand of good times to you here on Jango! Winning one fan at a time. Please enjoy them responsibly and spread the good word!