Roses Unread review Nov18

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Roses Unread review

In a music world where rock and roll isn’t as popular as it used to be, many bands are emerging as DIY bands and doing well. There are also a number of female-fronted bands growing in popularity and one band, Roses Unread, are a band you absolutely must check out.

Roses Unread are one of those bands who can easily fly under the radar and go unnoticed by many, but those people are missing out. Led by frontwoman Allison Purifoy, Roses Unread are a band who would do well on mainstream rock radio and it’s a damn shame they’re not there already.

There are a number of stations, internet and FM, who are spinning material from the band’s self-titled debut record and the band should be picking up steam soon.

They say you have your entire life to write your debut album, which should make a band’s first album a good one but you’d be surprised how many bands release debuts that just don’t deliver at all. This couldn’t be less the case with Roses Unread as they hit the mark on pretty much every song.

Fans of Breaking Benjamin, Halestorm and other bands will be in heaven when they turn on Roses Unread’s debut record and will be listening to it on repeat.

Rating: 8/10

-Reggie Edwards