‘Caving‘ is another masterful effort from the fast-rising UK act National Service who are signed to the legendary Indie label Fierce Panda.
National Service are a London based Indie-Post Rock band who have an energetic style and posses a real flair in their sound. With a strong and spectacular style, they drive in speeding hot with supremely style and vivid vocals that really impress. The superlative groove sticks in your head and melody will be stuck in your head for ages.
This is all about not being too hard on yourself in 2020. You are tired and a bit sick of everything. Your sleep patterns are not what they should be and you are not feeling normal. We all need to cut ourselves some slack and realize that it’s one day at a time at the moment.
With a vocal delivery that is so honest and each word means something, no effort is wasted here. The driving guitar riffs gets you in the mood to dance in your lounge. This is top quality track and you can see why this is a much-heralded outfit.
National Service are the type of band that you tell your friends about and wish you could see them in your local music bar. They transform powerfully like Optimus Prime as their new track unfolds before your eyes and ears, and you suddenly start to feel better and realize that things will be okay.
‘Caving‘ from North East London band National Service is an atmospheric single that seeps into your heart and doesn’t let go. They have a gift of sounding better and better as the song goes on, which is a true sign of a quality band. This is an important message of being kind to yourself despite what the world looks like right and a warning to not overthink anything too much. With a captivating sound that brings you close like a magnet on metal, you are locked into a sound that is so pleasurable for your sensitive soul, that needs a big lift. Luckily National Service are the elevator and we just need to walk through the door in order to hear this absolute gem of a new single.
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Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen