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Tears For Annie – Purple Heart – EP review

Tears For Annie an alternative electro outfit from London in England has a new EP set for release on the 25th March 2013 – Purple Heart.

Tears For Annie

Tears For Annie

Opening with So John the scene is set for the mood of Purple Heart – dark textures weave through the room with flecks of gold thread which glimmer brighter for the sombre purple overlay.


The stark vocal pleads amongst the layers of emotional complexities that a well constructed musical imagery spins in the ears.

Out Of Patience raising a sense of increasing unease in the minds-eye as high pitches are welded to sawing low note synths, whilst an omnipresent percussion – bass line maintains a metronomic like inevitably to an implosion of forces out of control.

Concluding with  You And Whose ArmyTears For Annie – use this to lighten the mood slightly, exposing the faintest of hopes to a brighter future.

Tears For Annie is a particularly visual idea, which lies across the lap of the progenitor who is already known as an installation artist.  Whilst I get the feeling that Tears For Annie and Purple Heart is also an art installation, it doesn’t suffer for that and is by no means the first time the Indie Bands Blog has featured this merging of visual art with aural description. With plans to take the show on the road, I look forward to finding how this particular vehicle develops.

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