The track premiered at Exclaim who said the single’s, “guitar line and pounding percussion builds itself into a swirling, grunge-tinged number…psychedelic riffs and expertly-implemented cowbell bolster the gloomy, booming bassline."
‘So Easy’ is packed full of raw riffs and chiming guitars and sees Red House Glory bask in an aesthetic that is reminiscent of the grinding beauty of Screaming Trees meeting the effervescent croon of a more chirpy Interpol.
The Heart Of Gold EP follows the highly acclaimed release of Red House Glory’s debut Living A Lie EP, which wowed critics with its raucous melodies and revitalising sentiments.
Showing another side to Red House Glory, the Heart Of Gold EP sees the band on a more uplifted sonic tip. With its throbbing bassline and soaring vocal, ‘Reason’ packs a massive sonic punch, while the title track sees the band on more brooding form. Red House Glory come armed with their most epic choruses, they box cleaner and sharper than ever before.
Having played sold out headline shows at Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen and The Barfly in support of the Living A Lie EP, Red House Glory have been blazing their own distinct path as one of the most exciting new bands in the British rock scene. On an unstoppable upward trajectory they are set to headline The Hawley Arms at Camden Rocks Festival on May 30th, with more shows to be announced soon.