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Raging Sons tell you to breathe easy, and you do

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Bro O'Sullivan
Bro O'Sullivan
Bro O'Sullivan is a music journalist who loves music. That might sound obvious but it's not. Critics are sometimes not lovers. All reviews he writes for The European Times are about discoveries he loved, or at least liked, and to which he wants you to give a chance listening.

They come from Limerick, Ireland, the country where music is maybe drunk more than Guinness (and that’s a lot!) and they have the Irish musical blood in their veins. Not that they sound like trad folk and sing in Gaelic, but you can definitely feel the influence of U2, either in their bass lines, their production or the vocals. But it’s still a song of its kind.  

“Breathe Easy” is very good pop-rock, well produced, and melodious song. I don’t know if it’s my imagination elaborating on their Limerick origin, but listening to it I could not help but having the sensation of flying above the green Irish grooves and clovers.

Besides that, they are four guys making the show: Fint Tynan is the singer, Colum Kelly plays guitar, Damien Ruddy’s got the bass (and sounds like Adam Clayton from U2), and Adam Reeves plays drums. Four young guys full of energy and poetry.

Here they tell you to breathe easy, which might be easy for you, unless you’re a young lady which gets crazy for these 4 folks, as it will surely happen in a very next future. Not that I’m a soothsayer, albeit sometimes I am, but I can predict without any backoff that Raging Sons will soon be one of the greatest rising bands on the European scene. They have everything for this, and above all, they make good music that makes you dream and cool down, even when it’s made of roaring distorted guitars.

Well, you understood, I liked it. Up to you now:

The song comes from their recently released album 20:20

Fint Tynan from Raging Sons
Fint Tynan from Raging Sons
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