"Time marches on"
|Hey guys! This is our review from our performance in the Cellar with Oppenheimer thanks to Niall Kerr!!!|
?Jumping Orbit, yet another Mid-Ulster band with domination lurking behind those young eyes, wrapped up their first G Session with a relative ease; a band who've found their niche and a dominant fanbase to boot.
Their songs are based on a mixture of influences and delivered suitably so with a confident little swagger that's beginning to sprout in all the right directions.
And for a band fairly fresh to this rock and roll craze, Jumping Orbit have the songs in abundance, gnashing on the near 45 minute set as if it was the appetiser.
There's more than a nod or two to the post experimental stylings of Biffy Clyro and Kings Of Leon, the former in their verging on hard playing, the latter with their big hooky choruses; and Orbit do justice to their muses and then some.
As the voice of the band, Laverty clearly relishes the crowd and between songs rids his mind of idle thoughts playfully riling up a mixed crowd and easing the band's passage through what is their biggest gig to date.
Ciaran Cassidy could well be the band's hidden gem, his confidence taking him to euphoric heights on lead guitar through whom the band's energy seems to flow thickest.
The songs are catchy and memorable. Clocks (they're not fans of Chris Martin, so no resemblence there) may well become their signature tune with a riff and chorus that most would pay for while Time Marches On is an angry little soul that puts the whole arsenal to use as it dips and rises to a sombre conclusion.?
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|studio 12th of august||7/23/08|
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