Music Review: The Rebel Light – The Rebel Light EP

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Rebel Light - ThinReleased: November 13th, 2012
Label: Self Released

With only 3 songs, The Rebel Light manages to live up to their recent hype. Composed of two brothers and one cousin, The Rebel Light sound much bigger than just three guys. “My Heroes Are Dead” starts off the EP with strong guitar and drums along with a little bit of a groove. Next up, “Goodbye Serenade” has gotten the band the most attention to date. The track has a pretty delicate melody and a certain ease about it, musicality definitely comes naturally to the group. In fact, the whole album has a very organic feel to it, pretty impressive considering the self-produced, self-edited nature of the EP. Ending with “Wake Up Your Mind,” the vocals get a little grittier and more rock n roll. Despite only being 3 songs, The Rebel Light manage to get their point across in just about 12 minutes. They’re a band to watch out for.

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