THE MARY ONETTES Void ALBUM REVIEW

THE MARY ONETTES VoidThe heavy 80’s influenecd Swedish rocks have done it again. After releasing the fantastic single “Lost,” they’ve hit us again with another single. “Void” with it’s running guitars along with two b-sides “Everyday And Today” and “Translate” will get our appetites ready for their upcoming full-length.

This band is everything that a lot of today’s “80’s influenced” bands wish they were. In comparison Interpol, The Stills, Cities, Editors, The Killers, etc. The Mary Onettes produce a sound that is so much more authentic and natural. From Philip Ekström’s reverbed vocals echoing and the jangling guitars jangling and brooding lyrics brooding, you would definitely mistake their music for something that really came out of the 80’s.

Now whether they will be able to compete with the juggernauts in an ocean of bands is another question. But regardless if they blow up or not, The Mary Onettes will definitely be known for bringing forth music that’s timeless just like their predecessors.

MP3: “Void

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4 Responses to “THE MARY ONETTES Void ALBUM REVIEW”


  1. 1 matt March 31, 2007 at 11:49 am

    The Mary Onettes “Everyday and Today” is absolutely stunning. Sounds like it could have been a reprised lost A-ha track. I can’t imagine how good their full length will be…for now I am anxiously awaiting the brilliance. Not to be missed.

  2. 2 magg March 12, 2008 at 4:30 pm

    Please could someone write the lyrics of void?

  3. 3 fifi May 7, 2008 at 12:49 pm

    somebody has the lyrics about VOID!
    thanks!

  4. 4 New Music February 18, 2016 at 8:22 pm

    Strumming can provide a very cool percussive effect too when done well.
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    (17) “Where Were You When the World Stopped Turning” by Alan Jackson.


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