Broadsea are an alternative post-rock band from Aberdeen in Scotland. With the release of their debut EP ‘Manmade Horizons’ also comes their new single and video for ‘Wynd’, make sure to check it out below.
‘Wynd’ is a good, well polished song with good clear influences from bands such as Biffy Clyro and Reuben. The track transitions from loud and heavy riffs down to a calmer, more atmospherical verse style. Both the vocals and lyrics fit well with this track and once again enhance the smoothness of the different style transitions. ‘Wynd’ is certainly a high quality track which emphasises itself throughout.
The video style is a little interesting to say the least. Looking like it was shot in slow motion to give it a faster effect does add a bit of edge to the video but the very high camera definition does make this look ever so slightly strange at some parts. However, the video does fit well with the song itself and works well for a visual aspect.
The track varies in style from calm and atmospheric to a lot louder and more technical. These transitions are smooth and work well in the song making it a pretty good track from Broadsea.