Posts tagged Guillemots

FEATURE: Guillemots

“It just felt like there was a lot of ancient wisdom in the air — it really had something about it.”

British four-piece Guillemots have built a reputation for making grown men weep with their warm indie-rock instrumentals and frontman Fyfe Dangerfield’s sweet voice, often singing of romantic dramas.

“There’s a man with a face like sorrow, now he’s gone for good, how could anyone hold you without feeling good,” he sings on Vermillion, one of the stand-out tracks off third album Walk the River.

The Grates have changed their line-up, spent two years in New York and released what is possibly their best album. Get The Wire Mag tomorrow to find out more.
Helmet is happy to stay undefinable and unfashionable, Guillemots get intense, and the Vines discuss their frontman’s struggle with autism.
Plus, gig reviews, CD reviews, comps, gig guide, movies, arts, gadgets, fashion and more.
The Wire Mag. Get it every Thursday in The West Australian.

The Grates have changed their line-up, spent two years in New York and released what is possibly their best album. Get The Wire Mag tomorrow to find out more.

Helmet is happy to stay undefinable and unfashionable, Guillemots get intense, and the Vines discuss their frontman’s struggle with autism.

Plus, gig reviews, CD reviews, comps, gig guide, movies, arts, gadgets, fashion and more.

The Wire Mag. Get it every Thursday in The West Australian.