EW Blog: Four Colour Ghosts EP Launch Night Review

Posted on: February 26th, 2018

Our Review of the Four Colour Ghosts EP launch party:

Marie Marx band started the night off with what they do best, I delightful melodic flavour to give the night exactly what is needed and set the bar extremely high. Dave Brittle demonstrating his skills on the Cajon drum and Rob doing the same on the acoustic bass, this set a lovely tone for Marie Marx to play and sing. Exceptional vocals and meanigful lyrics their set was well received and I see a bright future for this band.


Singapore Safehouse was the second offering for the night and again these young guys came on and took full advantage of the night and played a complete blinder. A very clever move on the bass side of the gig and we were very impressed. They might be a three-piece band but created a much bigger sound…. quality lads


Moving on to the next artists was The Unspoken Band. An all round quality feel was evident from this band with powerful vocals from Lisa Kilcar, electric drumming, sweet rhythm and the cherry on the top played by their lead guitarist who is no stranger to the guitar and made a big impression. Great band and we at EW wish you all the best for the future.


Ok, here we go…have you seen The Fury Remains before? If not, why? These guys rocked the night and did exactly what a great main guest act does and that’s get the venue on its feet. With a thunderous sound that filled every corner of the room it was clear these guys are pro musicians with a clear understanding of each other members jobs. Fantastic performance and a pleasure to watch.


So we come to the main act of the night the Four Colour Ghosts. Right from the start Lewis opens the night with a very cool ambient sound that gave chills to the whole venue building up to their first track ‘ Fly’. An explosive sound that instantly says ‘HERE WE ARE’ with the amazing Rob Moore who owned the drums and Paul Brown playing the bass beautifully that’s exactly how it’s done. From past experience we are already aware of the quality of AJs vocals and his

writing ability. He is one frontman that knows how to engage with his fans

with a delightful set of songs that could only be described as a perfect balance. These guys just go from strength to strength and we do feel they have a bright future in the music industry. We could see from the audience that their new songs were well received and the room was well engaged. Epic night and the Ghosts delivered an outstanding performance and are consistent in their art. On a final note we must mention the skills of Lewis Jeffrey’s who plays with heart and passion…well done the Ghosts.



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