ALBUM REVIEW: Eleri Angharad’s ‘Earthbound’

Fast rising Welsh Country Artist Eleri Angharad is gearing up for the release of her debut album ‘Earthbound’ which is scheduled for an April 12th release and here at Belles and Gals we have been lucky enough to have an early listen to the LP ahead of its release next month.

The album opens with the title track and it’s a wonderful opening as it ensures listeners are tuned in to her sweet vocal tone that shares a similar tone to that of Clare Bowen and has a beautiful guitar led production and a standout Country production.

The LP grows and grows throughout the 12 song tracklist and features a gorgeous selection of standout tracks that shine a light on the vocal and songwriting prowess Angharad possesses. The UK Country scene is growing at a rapid pace and it wont be long until Eleri Angharad is a name on everyone’s lips.

Major standouts on the record include the title track, ‘Sunburn’ which has an extremely sweet production that allows for Eleri’s voice to soar,  ‘Don’t Take Me Home’ which drives the album into exciting new avenues showcasing a more upbeat vibe that allows the CD to grow and this will no doubt be a huge crowd pleaser when performed live by the South Wales artist and ‘Stronger Stuff’ meanwhile has an extremely exciting traditional country/folk vibe that leads into bluesy tones and gives the ‘Earthbound’ album an exciting twist.

Overall ‘Earthbound’ is a wonderful debut album from a multi-talented Country artist who has major talent and showcases that she is ready and deserving of a place within the UK scene. South Wales has a special artist in Eleri Angharad and her music deserves to be heard, supported and nurtured by the British fans.

RATING: 4/5

Laura Klonowski

Qualified music journalist! Writing single/album/live reviews, feature articles, interviews, and news pieces. Portfolio: lauraklonowski.com Twitter: @cherylssoldier1 Instagram: @musicandtournews Email: lauraklon14@gmail.com

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