ATWOOD’s ‘At Odds’| Album Review

atWood’s first EP was released at the end of 2018 and has since revealed more and more about the up and coming trio from Italy. With a lot of good bops, ‘at odds’ has given me a reinforced love for female vocals.

This 5 song EP gives a real insight into the workings of Alice Grupallo, Daniele Mammola, Alessio Bastia, who are formally known as atWood. The lyrics of each song are meaningful and present a sense of raw emotion which I sought after. With electrical elements and beautiful vocals, this band have really caught my attention with this EP.

My all time favorite song on the EP has to be ‘Black Mirror’, not only because the music video is great, but because it is so catchy and great to listen to when I am literally doing anything. I love everything thing there is to love about this song and I cannot wait to see what the future brings for this band.

Here is the video for ‘Black Mirror’:

‘Empty Room’ and ‘Zero’ also caught my attention from the very beginning because of their unique choice of sound and the way they construct and lay the different textures of sound within their music. They remind me of Pvris a lot and they have to be in my top 5 favourite bands. These guys are definitely making it onto many of my playlists.

If you’re into pop-punk and alternative music, you like PVRIS or you like female vocals, then make sure that you go and listen to their new EP ‘at odds’ and be just as in love with it as I am.

We recently added their track ‘Black Mirror’ to our playlist ‘underappreciated artists who will one day rule the world‘. Give the playlist a spin and let us know who else you think should be on there!

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