Digital Album - BLOOM
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1. I Won't
2. Waste This Day (feat. Chuck Bontrager)
3. Clock Strikes (Remastered)
4. Don't Stop
5. My Affliction (Remastered)
6. Sucked Into The
7. Supermassive Black Hole (feat. Matt "Hugs" Hughes)
8. It's All Over
10. The Enemy is Knocking
11. Never Getting In (Orchestral Mix)
Originally released on October 9th, 2020.
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Stands on Sapphires first caught my attention with their cover of an old Muse song, "Supermassive Black Hole" (I actually think their cover is better than the original). I then heard clips of a couple of other songs by the band and bought the digital album, titled "Bloom". I like all of the tracks on the album, although not all of them blew me away like "Supermassive Black Hole". Some of the tracks written by the band are softer, more melodic songs, and to be honest I think I am most impressed by them when they rock it out. I think that as they continue to write and to perform their original songs will improve and become more polished as they develop their distinctive style... as indicated in the title of this review, they are a young band and I see them as still developing their style and their songwriting talents (Bethany, their vocalist and I believe the main songwriter, has only been with the band for a few years at this point, while Trevor and Wade have been together off and on for several years). I just heard a preview version today of a new cover song they are about to release and I look forward to hearing a lot more from this excellent band. Well done, guys! That's the generic "guys", Bethany... :)