WE REVIEW THE NEW EP FROM WEATHEREDMAN – RETRO PILOTS
WeatheredMan, an indie rock artist hailing from Leeds, skillfully combines authentic 50’s and 60’s rock’n’roll sounds with surf music vibes on the EP “Retro Pilots”. The opening track, “Get Out Of My Way”, sets the stage for the journey ahead. Drawing inspiration from renowned acts like The Beach Boys and The Animals, WeatheredMan brings a refreshing take to the table by infusing Quentin Tarantino-esque elements into his music.
WeatheredMan has an impressive background and wealth of experience which we can find in his music. With a history that includes being part of the UK’s longest-running independent label, Probe Plus, he has earned recognition from influential tastemakers over the years. He has also graced stages at prestigious festivals across the UK, US, and Europe.
It’s clear that WeatheredMan’s talent has been acknowledged within the industry.
This EP serves as a testament to WeatheredMan’s songwriting skills and his ability to transport listeners to a bygone era. Each track resonates with a sense of nostalgia, captivating audiences with their melodic charm and uplifting energy.
One of the highlights of this EP is the praise it has received from legendary musician Peter Hook, who describes WeatheredMan’s songs as “wonderful, melodic, and uplifting” and recognizes his ability to move people emotionally.
Throughout “Retro Pilots”, WeatheredMan seamlessly combines vintage rock ‘n’ roll elements with surf music influences, resulting in a retro-modern sound that stands out in the indie music scene.
The craftsmanship and attention to detail are evident, making this EP a standout addition to any indie music lover’s collection. So if you’re in search of some music to listen to this Summer, make sure to listen to “Retro Pilots” EP.