A Rebel Few – As The Crow Flies

Every once in a blue moon, I get an album to review that truly is a pleasant surprise. Such an album is A Rebel Few’s As The Crow Flies. Coming across as a killer modern combination of Down and Lynyrd Skynyrd, this is one seriously good album.

A lot of things makeAs The Crow Flies special: the band’s obvious chops and chemistry, the superb warm production courtesy of Sterling Winfield – but overall, it’s the songs. This is an album of truly great songs.

This is a band singing about real things, the kind of things that matter to folk on a daily basis, and I think A Rebel Few could, and indeed should, be huge.

Seriously, a band destined for greatness, and you can say you were there at the beginning!

(Self-Release)

www.arebelfew.com

Steve Earles

Steve Earles is author and co-author of numerous projects, including To End All Wars: The WWI Graphic Anthology, available summer 2014 (http://toendallwarscomic.wordpress.com/writers/).