The first album from The Cold Head is 'Music To Cry To' and its AVAILABLE NOW
Album review. By DJ Michael Kennedy of Welsh Connections and Radio Tircoed Artist : The Cold Head. Title : Music To Cry To. Label : Outback Recording (2017)
Every once in a while an album turns up out of the blue and just catches you by surprise - thanks to a connection with Paul Battenbough (No Thee No Ess) we got a hold of this little gem ! The Cold Head are a London based band with a strong Welsh Connection. Not only is, ex-Olchfa schoolboy, Doug Stephens a key player in the group, but it also has guest appearances from Sheryl Parker and Mr Battenbough himself ! If that wasn’t enough the nine tracks have enough melody, lyrical beauty and quality to have been recorded here.......but it wasn’t ! ‘Music To Cry To’ is anything but that ! Think the hybrid son of The B52’s meet Talking Heads meet Television and you’re getting close. There is a retro feel to the album and in a world of homogeneous Muzak this collection of songs is like a breath of mountain air. This album is quite simply great - a hidden gem that has found it’s way down the M4 and back home where it belongs. We hope to have The Cold Head in Swansea soon so watch this space ! ‘Music To Cry To’ ? Music to rock out to......
Tracks : Night And The City / In The Modern Style / I Want To Be Your Friend / Let’s Move To The Uplands / The Golden Age Of Warfare / All Thoughts / Beast In The Modern Man / The Innocents / Nothing Can Stop Us.