Rixton Let The Road Debut Album Review
Rixton releases March 3 their debut album Let The Road on School Boy/Giant Little Man/Mad Love/Interscope Records. The record was produced by Benny Blanco and co-written by the band. They also teamed up with Ed Sheeran for Hotel Ceiling.
Beginning with the modern acapella the title track Let the road, the album demonstrates their wide range of talent before exploding into a variety of sounds that will appeal to listeners of all ages. It is clearly, an easy listen.Their music is undeniably catchy.
The album is loaded with fun energy, dizzying harmonies, passioned vocals and heartfelt lyrics.It is packed with shiny hooks and instantly memorable choruses. The lyrics are well-written. Some of them are inspired by their own life. The album deals with love, relationships that people can relate to.
Sure, they don’t reinvent the wheel here but they polish it with a fresh take. Their music is at the crossroad between Maroon 5 and Matchbox Twenty. They create soaring melodies that sound thrilling and bombastic specially on the anthem pop Appreciated which is devastating and powerful as well as the most melodic tune on the whole album. Rixton also encompasses a wide array of music styles ranging from the reggae pop inspired tracks, Wait On Me and I like Girls, the funky soul tune We All Want the Same thing, the soul pop inspired Me and My Broken Heart to the dark ballad Hotel Ceiling while creating their own magic.
All in all, Let the road has the commercial potential to amass the listeners . The question is now, have they the ability to break away from the mainstream to be unique on their own in the next albums. There are certainly enough signs on Let it Road to suggest that their story only begins.
Album pre-order available now
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