fbpx
ROTHSCHILD

WE REVIEW THE NEW EP ‘BROKEN MAN’ BY ROTHSCHILD

Rothschild, a four-piece band hailing from Yorkshire, has finally unveiled their highly anticipated debut EP, titled ‘Broken Man’. Written and recorded prior to the pandemic at West Homesick Recording Studio, this 6-track EP introduces listeners to Rothschild’s unique hybrid rock sound, incorporating elements from alt-rock, math rock, metal, emo, and post-hardcore.

With ‘Broken Man,’ the band offers a dynamic collection of tracks that delve into a wide range of themes, from heartache and politics to morality and individuality. Blending impactful riffs and anthemic choruses with delicate and gentle interludes, the EP promises a diverse sonic landscape that captivates from start to finish.

From the explosive energy of the opening track to the introspective moments found in the middle, the EP takes listeners on a journey through a vast range of emotions. The impactful riffs and driving rhythms create a powerful foundation, while the anthemic choruses ensure that the songs leave a lasting impression. Notably, Rothschild’s willingness to incorporate delicate and gentle interludes adds depth and contrast to their sound, revealing their artistic versatility.

Lyrically, ‘Broken Man’ covers a broad spectrum of topics such as personal struggles, societal issues, and introspection, offering listeners a glimpse into the band’s multifaceted perspectives. a lot of topics listeners can relate to.

Rothschild has built a reputation for their energetic live performances and charismatic stage presence. Sharing the stage with notable acts such as Phoxjaw and Mother Vulture, the band has captivated audiences across Yorkshire with their riff-laden performances.

With the release of ‘Broken Man’, the band promises fans an even more compelling live experience that will complement the EP’s intensity.

Follow on INSTAGRAM / TWITTER / FACEBOOK

THE RGM PODCAST