Sylvette – Panel of Glass (Review)

A personal favourite at MoggBlog, Sylvette are back with their latest alt-rock hit “Panel of Glass”. Released October 8th, the single was produced by New Order’s Phil Cunningham. Creating a distinctive sound and a memorable moment with their music, Sylvette draw influence from imaginative artists such as Jeff Buckley, Radiohead and Neutral Milk Hotel. 

‘Panel of Glass” is written by lead singer Charlie Sinclair, the song was inspired by a conversation he had with his father when he was 9 after his grandmother had died. “We were sat in a car, it was raining and he explained that life is like a drop on a panel of glass, that you can never see where fate will take you but it creates beautiful and intricate patterns and that’s life” says Charlie. Experimental and showcasing an artistic approach to their sound, just when you think the band’s sound can’t get any better, they evolve again. Poetic with their unique music and emotive vocals, the latest single is off their forthcoming album, scheduled for launch in April 2020. 

Tour Dates:

16th October 2019– London (Old Blue Last)
19th October 2019 – Liverpool (Sound Basement) supporting Gazel

Score: 4/5


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