Album Review: Old Glory & The Black Riviera – A Subtle Reminder of Somewhere (Self Released)

Hailing from Stoke-on-Trent in the UK, rock and blues band, Old Glory & The Black Riviera have returned with their first EP since 2018, A Subtle Reminder of Somewhere.

This is some cool sounding groovy shit. The stuff you can tap your feet to. The stuff you can drum your fingers to and the stuff you can bang your head to. Bluesy twangs, energised groove and big choruses are the name of the game and Old Glory & The Black Riviera play it very well.

This new EP features five tracks and there’s not a bad song amongst them. From the rocking beat of Had It All to the dusty and danceable Miracle, A Subtle Reminder of Somewhere is pure infectious fun. You’re going to have to be one hell of a miserable git to not enjoy this.

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Old Glory & The Black Riviera have already amassed a pretty substantial fanbase and it’s really clear to see why. A Subtle Reminder of Somewhere leaves a big smile on the face and the mind in no doubt that this band is only going to get bigger and bigger.

Old Glory & The Black Riviera – A Subtle Reminder of Somewhere Full Track Listing:

1. Had it All
2. Jealous
3. Waiting for You (To Come Home)
4. High Mountain
5. Miracle




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