Melbourne’s Money For Rope have given us the first taste of album number two with the single ‘Nova Pilota‘.
Whilst the second album is yet untitled and not for release until 2014, there is plenty to be excited about if ‘Nova Pilota’ is anything to go by. The single maintains that classic garage rock sound that Money for Rope have been enthralling audiences with, and builds on it by adding some real 60s low key psychedelic vibes. The crisp strong vocals of Jules McKenzie really form the crux of this track, and act as centerpiece for which the rest of the instrumentation can just bounce off. An epic new track from the six piece who are sure to have people intrigued for album number two.
Melbourne rockers Money For Rope are no strangers to hard times in the music industry. They’ve been through broken bones, crazy road trips and sweat-filled performances. But despite all these hardships, the lads have done it again with the explosive single ‘Common Man’.
This edgy tune rocks out with an awesome bass and grungy undertones. Jules’ vocals are, once again, flawless. The thick guitars, bass and percussion compliment this, and make for a smashing song. I’d also suggest listening to the lyrics, which are as clever as the music is full of great beat. The keys add that little bit extra as well as some nice contrast to the harsh yet quality song.
The boys have got a few shows coming up, and I’d suggest anyone in the immediate area should check these rockin’ lads out!
22nd of March, Adelaide, Arcade Lane
23rd of March, South Gippsland, The Hills Are Alive Festival