Tim Dawtry And The Liberators Shed Sessions

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Reviewed by Steve Shipley

The 1st release from the talented wordsmith Tim Dawtry who is supported by The Liberators on this 5 track EP, Tim who is from Leeds has an 80,s feel about his writing and draws from the likes of The Clash, Elvis Costello, Echo and the Bunnymen and even The Who which gives his songs a big punk indie feel

The Girl With A Thousand Faces

The Girl With A Thousand Faces is a song about a girl who is lost looking for her identity. It has elements of The Clash and feels like it could have been Joe Strummer singing this, with the strong voice of Tim singing and backing of The Liberators this is a very strong start for the EP

The Beach

Another strong song about the social struggles of an out-of-season seaside resort and the fight to get out of the rut but you still find you’re living on The Beach. Powerful vocals once again supported with a great impressive guitar, bass and drum making this an unforgettable well-crafted song

A Little Sugar

This track features the amazing guest vocalist Bella Del Grande and what a vocalist she is. A well-crafted song with a strong melody with an ability to connect with the listener.

Penny Red

Lyrically, it is a very well-crafted song that blends well with the impressive tightness of the band creating an unforgettable atmosphere and has a feel of The Stranglers or even David Bowie

Strike A Light

This song has the ability to connect with the youth and how they fight for their dreams, a powerful song once again well crafted lyrically which has elements of The Jam in this song.

If this is what Tim Dawtry And The Liberators have for their 1st EP I cannot wait for what comes next, Tim is a brilliant wordsmith and with a band like The Liberators what can go wrong

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