SUN HOUSE are a new three-piece rock blues outfit from Guildford, Surrey UK who seem imbued with the spirit of B.B King, Rolling Stones, Eric Clapton and the blues greats.
They offer powerful rhythms, with Cam Meek on drums, appealing riffs by Jamie Ellis on guitar and a spellbinding voice by Emilia Quinn, who is the vocalist and bassist for the band.
Their recently released break-up single “Leave Me For Dead” is darker than the wing-tips of a Saragossa raven and has a sweltering vocal from Emilia that’s full of sour-smoke and buttermilk [reminiscent of Siobhan Fahey, we think.]
The unyielding, yet durable beats, rock emphatically with the clamorous guitar rhythms and an overall flame-polished blues atmosphere… and this means the number is as refreshing, seductive and yet ultimately saddening as too much barrel-house beer down the Yazoo way.
This is a brightly burnished blues-rock number that exudes seductive grit from all its bones…
Words: @neilmach 2017 ©