Eoin Molyneux - All for Me
All for Me
"The song is dynamic with peaks and troughs in the melodies that provide the audiary titillation we now expect Eoin to deliver. Well worth a listen"
We have been lucky enough to have previously dealings with Eoin. We reviewed his first EP Heavenly Highway Hymns (check it out!). But for those of you that don't know Eoin Molyneux is an acoustic singer/songwriter on the local gig and open mic circuit. Full sets include bouncing covers and the odd original mixed in.
All for Me begins with a smooth lead melody lick sitting above a very gallagher-esque chord progression that drags you right back to the Standing on the Shoulders of Giants era of Oasis. A very dry vocal enters over the same progression. Lyrics of defiance stand tall along side the heavily distorted background chords. The chorus comes in laden with harmonies and chromatic ups and downs that make the track extremely dynamic. Double the above and you find yourself at the a brief solo that is, again, reminiscent of the early naughties oasis period. The chorus comes back around shortly after to walk us to the door hand in hand with a lead guitar counter melody.
All for me hearkens back to oasis in their heyday. The song is dynamic with peaks and troughs in the melodies that provide the audiary titillation we now expect Eoin to deliver. Well worth a listen.
If you like...
If you were/are a big fan of midstage Oasis then this will be 100% for you. The kinks also come to mind with the songwriting structure and note choices.