Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire Love The Sea, And We Love Them
By admin on August 25, 2010 in Music
Hard work doesn’t always equal success in the ever fickle music industry, but Newcastle’s Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire have proved that persistence and a fine ear for a tune can pay off.
Produced by ¡Forward, Russia!’s Tom Woodhead, debut single A Fire Born In Dallas found their post-hardcore and prog influences welded together to create a sound that was both vulnerable and self-assured, while their latest self-released offering, The Sea / Warden Rock – available now on iTunes and Spotify – finds them breaking out from their Fugazi and At The Drive-In influences to create a sound that surely crowns them one of the region’s most unique outfits.
With a hard-won slot at this year’s Split festival alongside the likes of The Futureheads, Maximo Park, Frankie & The Heartstrings, Hot Club De Paris and Errors, it seems Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire have more than enough firepower in their sonic arsenal to kick some of the music world’s feted young pretenders into touch.
- Ever Since The Lake Caught Fire Play Intimate Tynemouth Gig