A Deeper Cut Album Cover. One of the first songs composed for the album, Love and Devotion is a mid-tempo rocker which grows at every beat, and showcases even more prominently the skills of both guitar players. In comes the title track, a great ballad which addresses the troubled relationships experienced by the band during this turbulent period. Album closer The Wonders We’ve Seen is a slow burn type of song, which calls for lighters to be raised at a stadium – or cell phones, to bring things to a more contemporary and politically correct setting. This is a band reassuring its mission statement, finding their feet and showing their fan base here we are, and we’re still the same. The tour in support of A Deeper Cut starts in a few days, and so far includes only European dates. Maybe it’s time for them to cross the pond again and show America and the rest of the world what they’re all about!
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A Deeper Cut is the third studio album by British rock band the Temperance Movement. The Temperance Movement. Phil Campbell – vocals. Paul Sayer – guitars. Matt White – guitars. The Temperance Movement - production. Sam Miller - production, recording, mixing. Geoff Pesche - mastering. Stewart Chown - design & layout.
Artist: The Temperance Movement Album: A Deeper Cut Genre: Blues Rock, Hard Rock Label: Earache Released: 2018 Quality: FLAC (tracks) Tracklist: Caught in the Middle. A Deeper Cut. Backwater Zoo. Another Spiral. The Way It Was and the Way It Is Now. Higher Than the Sun. Children.
On those terms, new album A Deeper Cut is a retreat to safer ground. Rather than the anthemic, indie-tinged leanings of its predecessor, it serves up a familiar mix of blues-rock swagger and soulful sensitivity. This reversion to type can be put down partly to the departure of original guitarist Luke Potashnick, the man largely responsible for pushing the band out of their comfort zone, shortly after the release of White Bear. A Deeper Cut sounds too urgent to be a period piece – timeless rather than time-stamped, distinctly 2018 as opposed to 1968. The Temperance Movement seem to be comfortable with their place in the scheme of things. That original plan is back on track.