Whispering Sons-frontwoman Fenne Kuppens made actually make her debut in the white. That seemed almost a statement, because the rest of the Elevator is colored jet black.
The post-punk of Whispering Sons is good at zwartjassen, but the band set themselves against that label instead of roaring places to decorate on newwavefestivals win they prefer souls in a smaller Pukkelpoptent.
The main verkoopsargument remains Kuppens itself. ‘I’m not losing it all the time‘, she continued as a mantra to repeat, even after her microphone kwijtgespeeld was. And also in ‘Performance’ seemed Kuppens themselves to the delirium to bark. A man would almost be afraid of, if it were not so fascinating.
Debut album coming
The to Brussels, but People come to their best right when the high guitar riffs of Kobe Lines in duet with Kuppens’ diepzeestem – the gently uplifting ‘Got a light’ kicking it once again to bisnummer.
New songs like ‘Alone’ and ‘Skin’ felt less gerodeerd and it seemed that the scorching envy of public favorites as ‘Wall’ or ‘Performance’ in favour of more controlled threat. Live shots that are there and what is in, but on the plate that can work. On november 19, we know that: then it comes with Image the debut of the ex-Rock Rally winners.