Slumberland Records 
Fire Note Says: Pop, reverb and power guitars equals one fun debut from London's Veronica Falls!
Right from the opening track, "Found Love In A Graveyard", you realize that London group Veronica Falls are the real indie rock deal as the scorching guitar reigns throughout the song. Singer/guitarist Roxanne Clifford drives the tracks, as her siren like vocals float above the dueling reverb guitars but leave the listener confident that she can expand her range at any moment. Veronica Falls offers the best of both worlds, as they combine the sweet jangly pop of male/female harmonies with an indie rock force that brings a full band sound right at you with no brakes. This style makes songs like "Bad Feeling" and "Beachy Head" succeed and impress the listener with a formula that may not be completely unique but executed to perfection. The other piece that separates Veronica Falls from some of the other bands in this reverb genre is how the instrumentation remains crystal clear. The guitars are exciting and flawless, the drums hit with a purpose on every beat and even the tambourine is distinct. This all assembles for an energizing debut from Veronica Falls that gives great replay value and for sure will designate them a band to keep an ear on moving forward!
Key Tracks: "Bad Feeling", "The Fountain", "Come On Over"
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-Reviewed by Christopher Anthony