A song like »Walking Ghost« proves how competently The Glam already dominate their terrain. Their musical spectrum is remarkable, a wonderful example of which is the track »Moonlight Miles«, in which an excessive Glam-euphoria, surprising breaks and a determined, stirring voice crashes onto a hint of U2’s »Zoo Station«-phase. In moments like these, we can perceive that a great future lies before The Glam. The Glam self-confidently call their sound »Widescreen Electric Guitars«. It is no coincidence that this expression stems from the film jargon. Frederic is an addict when it comes to French post-war films.
So that it is no coincidence either that, in »Ariel Echoes«, he sings: »All the world in black and white / As if Truffaut had filmed my life at night / All your echoes come to stay / Like sirens sing, you sing my mind away...« When did we last hear such reflections from a singer’s mouth? The Glam are the proof that glam rock, strong melodies, a profound knowledge about the music from the past 30 years and, last but not least, the instrumentalists’ individual strength – that of Frederic , bass player Phil and drummer Julien – can be a forceful mixture. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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