Entertainment Magazine

Single Review - Prehistoric Friends - Wisdom Tooth

Posted on the 20 November 2014 by Scottishfiction @scotfiction984
Single Review - Prehistoric Friends - Wisdom Tooth Prehistoric Friends are a brilliant collective who can fill anyone - even the coldest heart of stone - with enthusiasm thanks to their dreamy melodic sense.  Thus, their second single Wisdom Tooth is an authentic and genuine ditty and a perfect foretaste for their forthcoming debut album.
Wisdom Tooth is both a sweet and lively taste of pop-alternative music.  It all begins with a flavoursome introduction, an intriguing and melodious tune, then, as the vocal softly appears, it takes us to a trip in the atmosphere.  As the song evolves, a multitude of feelings are expressed until it dazzlingly climaxes and by the end, all that’s left is a certain kind of hope.
The bona fide vocal gives the song its full scope and the feeling of unity is magnified thanks to the multi-instrumental cohesion.  Thus, the synthesised rhythm is enchanting and displays an honest ensemble.  In that sense, Wisdom Tooth is undeniably an uplifting and mature masterpiece concerned with tradition.
Prehistoric Friends tug at heart-strings but with a pleasant delicacy and a subtle charm.
Alexandra Andréoli
Prehistoric Friends – Wisdom Tooth is out now via Yetts Yeti and is available on download via Soundcloud.
The band recently did a live session for Scottish Fiction.  Check out their performance of the new single below:

Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog