Исполнитель: Templeton Pek Альбом: Slow Down For Nothing EP Год: 2012 Страна: UK (Birmingham, England) Стиль: Melodic Hardcore Битрейт: 279 kbps VBR V0, Lame 3.98.4 Длительность: 00:18:39 Издатель: People Like You Records/Century Media Records Размер: 37.61 МБ Треклист: 1. Signs – 3:28 2. What Are You Waiting For – 3:55 3. Clarity – 3:48 4. Call To Disarm – 3:52 5. Conflict In Memory – 3:36
Info: High energy melodic punk that packs a huge punch. Propelled by razor sharp riffs, the band embraces both a DIY and progressive-minded ethos.
TEMPLETON PEK have spent the summer of 2011 supporting USA giants – Rise Against across Europe and appearing alongside Good Charlotte, Bullet for My Valentine at major festivals. The Band signed to People Like You Records and headed into Modern World Studios with producer Greg Haver (Manic Street Preachers/Lost Prophets/Bullet For My Valentine) to create the brand new EP “Slow Down For Nothing”.
TEMPLETON PEK about “Slow Down For Nothing” (EP):
Signs: The first song we wrote post "Scratches & Scars" sessions. A great summary of the band with cross sections of different styles which gives a good taste of what we are about. Theme-wise; The song is about looking forward and not clinging to the past, a theme that resonates throughout this EP, as we feel it's a real transition for us.
What Are You Waiting For: We knew straight away that this song would work well with real strings. It turned out better than we expected, very epic. For us this is the most radio friendly song on the EP, and again has quite a few styles in there including an uplifting middle eight. This song is about having patience and picking your battles to win the war. Sometimes you need to lose to win.
Clarity: A powerful anthem of taking control of your own destiny and moving onwards beyond doubt, this song translates great live.
Call To Disarm: A strong opening riff and pacey feel with a nice breakdown section before unleashing to the end. This song is about making your own luck and not waiting or relying on someone to do your work for you.
Conflict In Memory: This song is about how different people percieve the same thing. Everyone's recollections are their own. A very anthemic chorus breaks up a viscious verse accompanied by some haunting strings.