Album Review: Canterbury, Dark Days


The latest release from Sin City veterans Canterbury brings with it a confident collection of anthemic guitar-based rock mixed with the chilled acoustic pieces that we’ve come to expect as standard from the four piece, writes Megan Jones.

They’ve found their sound and style and are sticking with it. The title perhaps reflects the more ominous, commanding and introspective lyrics found on their record, easily matched with the expressive vocals of Mike Sparks and Luke Prebbles, represented perfectly in ‘Think it over’.

Other standout tracks include single ‘Satellite’ whose infectious chorus demands radio play or ‘Hold your own ‘ where the intense guitars and gang vocals display Canterbury’s strength for creating tangible energy even in slower songs. Canterbury deserve further recognition for their musical talents.

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