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Fergal Nash – On A Constant Roll [Album Review]

Feral Nash’s highly anticipated album, “On A Constant Roll,” is scheduled for release on the 27th of October, marking a significant moment in the realm of authentic music.

Nash’s journey in creating this album began in March 2021 when he delved into the creative process to craft the lead single, “Walking Tall,” in collaboration with Martin John (their synergy is evident). Despite encountering various obstacles that caused multiple delays in the album’s release, Nash’s unwavering determination and unwavering passion have ultimately triumphed. Now, he is ready to unveil what promises to be his most exceptional musical collection to date, eagerly awaited by a global audience.

The hallmark of “On A Constant Roll” is its pure and unfiltered authenticity. The majority of the tracks on this record possess a rare quality that makes you feel like you’re right there in the room with the artist, forging an intimate and personal connection. It’s as if Nash is serenading you directly, and this experience is nothing short of enchanting.

The album’s sonic landscape is lush and organic, with most tracks exuding a rich and authentic sound. Backed by a four-piece band on most songs, there are moments of raw, unadulterated musicality that shine through. 

“Sorry Eyes” emerges as a standout track on the record, offering a stripped-back, acoustic nature that showcases Nash’s raspy vocals, an acoustic guitar, and beautifully interwoven electric guitar parts. Listening to “Sorry Eyes” evokes a feeling reminiscent of the legendary Yusuf / Cat Stevens, establishing a deep emotional connection with the listener.

As the release date draws near, anticipation is building for the unveiling of “On A Constant Roll.” It promises to be a musical journey that celebrates authenticity, heartfelt storytelling, and a genuine connection with the listener.

Below is a rating for each song on a scale of 1-10:

Walking Tail – 5

Spite Doesn’t matter – 6

Healing Curraghchase – 4

Crawl To The Shrine – 6

Snapshot – 4

On A Constant Roll – 5

Hideaway – 4

Same Boat – 4

Sorry Eyes – 6

As It Is – 4

Rating/Mediocre – On A Constant Roll” indeed reveals glimpses of promise. Despite the earnest pursuit of authenticity that underscores the album’s core, it’s evident that specific challenges have impacted its overall cohesiveness. However, it’s essential to acknowledge that Fergal Nash is an artist with potential.

[We rank albums on a scale of Poor, Mediocre, Good, Excellent, and Outstanding]

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