Urging for more Follow You Home starts off well with two strong EPs, “Save Yourself” and “Anywhere but Home”, available on iTunes or on their website. If you order from their websites the album covers come autographed and you get a wristband.
“Anywhere but Home” has two songs that are great alternative songs that will have the radio blasting and you rocking out. “Anywhere but Home” starts off soft and intimate with the beautiful vocals of Kayley Busby. Within the same song she gets stronger bringing in her powerful voice to project the rocker side of her. The second track, an acoustic version of “Playing with Fire” is charming with rock roots. Busby leads with her amazing voice. And a fabulous accompaniment of a guitar. Melodic and beautiful.
“Save Yourself” opens with the title song “Save Yourself” concreting a powerful rock sound. Truly an anthem and strong presentation of what Guitarist Nick Ayer, Bassist Rick Davis, Second Guitarist Mickey Davis, and Drummer Tom Bradshaw are capable of. A majestic combination of instruments to a magnificent lead vocal. Followed by “Playing with Fire”, a studio version, which is hot and enticing. Continuing the hard rock style of the title track and making Follow You Home very consistent. ”Once Upon a Lie” once again intertwines the hard rock style with a softer melodic side. Once again continuing to impress with a great combination of lyrics, vocals, and powerhouse instruments. All very hardcore but not over powering the lead vocals. ”Eyes Wide Open” starts abruptly with both vocals and instruments starting the song off. It starts off loud and continues through out the song. It’s seems to almost get too over powering until it collides and comes to a soft combination of vocals before continuing with the loud rock.
These albums are well worth the money and is true alternative rock that has not been quite achieved since the indie, which is not a genre, scene came to light. Follow You Home has amazing studio music, a beautiful acoustic track, now I wanna see them live.
All in all I give these EPs 4 1/2 out of 5 Stars.