Based in the Netherlands, The Limiters are a hard hitting rock band, perfect for fans of Queens of the Stone Age and Nirvana. Their first single, "Short Term Memory", was released in 2018 and made an immediate impact. Critics praised their warm melodies and forward thinking sound. The band quickly followed that up with "Wrote You a Song", which showcases the powerful singing of frontman Lesley Warendorff. The Limiters will be hitting the stage, where they have earned a reputation for excellent live shows. Their debut EP Somewhere In Between is out now and here is our review.
Somewhere In Between is comprised of 5 incredible tracks where they use genres, such as Rock and Metal. The album opens with groovy composition called Short Term Memory which, in my opinion, is a great choice for the album opener. Starting with the bass guitar, personally for me it brings vibes of rock bands of the past century. The composition is followed by song titled just as the album - Somewhere In Between - upbeat tune where the band plays catchy guitars, which make this song much more interesting. The fourth track - Revenge - starts with electric guitar and drums: this song literally makes us feel the whole mood of the album. Catchy melodies and powerful chorus will definitely stay in head for a long time. The 5th song on the record, I Should Have Known, impressed me and became one of my favorites from the album: it starts with guitars and then developes in calm rock track which will make you even sing along. Reflective and meaningful acoustically touched ballad Wrote You A Song is the one that helps you to dive deep in thoughts after a hard day. This is my absolute favorite from the record, because this song is more sensetive and touching in comparison to others.
To sum up, everything in Somewhere In Between comes together in a stream of consciousness style. This is unforgettable journey into the mix of rock music and meaningful lines in one piece.
Check it out: https://open.spotify.com/album/0BnQftRGdAvi2ldF2yNx02?si=xPQCekLqTRuFYggvuMigkA