Steady Hearts Review – The Archetypes.
Zack Gold – Vocals
Gideon Greenberg – Guitar
Adam Pollack- Guitar/Vocals
Nick Stock – Bass
Joel ‘The Kid’ Brooks – Drums
With the soul groove and beauty influences The Archetypes create a new single ‘Steady Hearts’. Being one of a kind implies that The Archetypes are a prototype of the powerful, unique, alt-rock scene. U2 and Morrissey; is this serious? Yes, The Archetypes have got an indication of U2’s acute inherited creativity by forming a sound that is trashy post-punk, but at the same type a satisfying beauty of synth-pop. The Archetypes are slowly becoming poised to lead the fallen punk effervescent in Zack vocal just like The Smiths.
Song writing looks like an impressive thumbs up that they will never, jettison the skill that is yet to astonish. Their nous and maturity of lyrics is slowing becoming a mysterious beauty.
Steady Hearts takes us through the years of alternative rock. Starting with provoking anti rock, politically thrilling to the 1960’s pop spoof, then to the early 1980’s when making fake indie labels changed music altogether. With so many incompatible influences put together without a clash or interruption its sure a track to download.