06/26/2016 02:00:40 PM
Give these kids a break if after two years, they just released three tracks in their new EP. After all, Banna Harbera has shown persistence in making music their way.
And I know, comparing them to their previous work Something New may be really unfair. But there were a lot of new things in their present craft. Like they shifted their track arrangement from slow to fast (though overall, they steadily remained as medium-paced).
But Think I Know is not a melo-dramatic finish. It is rather done more funkier than what I expect from an alternative band like Banna Harbera. And their title track is my hands-down favorite as it reminded me of a mixture of their previous songs Something New and Aside; just the more upbeat version.
Though at one end, Persistence EP showed more of their emotional (and a bit more of) jazzy side with their melodramatic Sorrys & Goodbyes. Thus, considered a complete package for the up-comers.
With all the persistent efforts of this band, expect them to make more crafty tunes – and maybe more of indie with emphasis of sophistication soon.
Author: slickmaster | © 2016 september twenty-eight productions