ENNOR make beautifully elaborated music — blessed by the warm sun of Cornwall and baptized by the Duchy’s healing waters.
The contagious sound of the four piece folk-rock band has received attention from London to Penzance, as well as approval from BBC Introducing.
The expressive earnestness of songwriter frontman Tom Elliott is supported by red-hot work rhythms from Adam Williams on dynamic drums with deft guitar-work from Jack Rennie and bassist James Creed.
The band have even attained a sobriquet for their enduring summer-sounds: ‘Californwall’
And now, like any typical English day on the Cornish seaside, their new single titled “West Coast” starts calmly and, in closing, becomes pattering and stormy.
So, with foamy & sparkling beginnings, this trembles like cotton-grass on the cliff-edge, and has nostalgic voices and wallpepper beats… as the calm beauty lingers and the light fades, this grows into a triumphant paean tinged by exquisite longing.