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"Indigo Crow: Liberty Vs Freedom(EP)"

EP: Indigo Crow
9:18am Wednesday 15th August 2007

By Keighley News reporter ยป

Indigo Crow - Liberty v Freedom?.

It is always very gratifying to hear local musicians producing their own music to such a high standard.

Although the first two tracks of this four track ep rather pass-by without generating too much excitement the glorious Secret World pricks up the ears before the spine breaking bass line of the Stone Roses like closer Marshall Law demonstrate what a fine band Indigo Crow are.

Been A Long Day and She Left Me On A Rapture sound like The Levellers meet Lindisfarne and suffer from a somewhat flat sounding production. Skip forward to track three to hear the band's true potential.

Graham Scaife.

Review Can be found at - Keighley News


Banco De Franco EP(2007)
Supposed To Win
Songs of Superstition
Liberty Vs Freedom EP(2007)
Been A Long Day
She left Me On The Rapture
Secret World
Marshall Law
The New Sound EP(2008)
El Sonedo Nuevo
Devils Dandruff
Love To Hate
Welcome To Tomorrowland EP(2008)
A Balance That You Crave For
The first two EPs were played on local Radio in 2008



Indigo Crow have been in existence since late 2006 . With a diverse list of listening tastes the band has tried to combine these influences and make every song different from the last one written. Indigo Crow have recorded 4 sessions so far at Calder Recordings under the expert guidance of the Steve Twins and played with numerous local bands. Indigo Crow have always tried to experiment and play around with conventional song structures and confront important but less popular topics in their lyrics.
Indigo Crow operated as a 4-Piece until mid-2008 before downsizing to the current 3-piece line-up and have opted for a punkier more immediate sound culminating in shorter, more punchier songs.