The Provisioners are a Rock Band based out of sunny Long Island, New York in the USA. After almost splitting up in 2018, they have since made a movie-type comeback in the scene. They push hard here with their latest track and it’s a memorable effort indeed.
”Bottle Up’‘ is all about holding in your true feelings until you can’t anymore. You want to speak up but keep that love inside until you are ready to explode. You want this so bad are are willing to do whatever you can to make this work. This is surely true love.
I love the vocals on this song especially and the sound is old school 70’s rock. This is a vibrant band with a lot to offer us and would be amazing live I’m sure. This is a great indie rock song with plenty of heart and passion. The Provisioners are a must-see when gigs are back on again and I hope they stick around for many more years to come.
Stream this smashing tune right here on Soundcloud.
Catch the boys on Facebook to see when they are live again.
Reviewed by Llewelyn Screen
When you listen to lyrics, you want to be moved, for an artist to do that, they have to have true soul. Which is exactly what I found when I listened to Elwood’s latest hauntingly powerful track ‘Alive’ off his debut release Here for Later Pt 1.
Living in Long Island, New York Elwood is a dreamer, and a true visionary in the modern R&B Rap scene, a lot of young artists have a lot to learn from his music and musings. With lyrics void of aggression, fake mentality and media spin his words are a welcome to a scene that often perpetuates hatred, materialistic vanity and misogyny. With such a vision he isn’t going to wait around on the underground for long.
Here for Later which was brought out this October was created to tell Elwood’s story of his vision of peace, he makes apologies for the rawness of the material, is there anything that’s more beautiful than that? He’s a lyrical visionary that is truly a pleasure to listen to through its steady tempo, packed full of touching, tireless energy.
The harmonious track is thoroughly deserving of a 5 star review, and Elwood will undoubtedly receive the notoriety he deserves after the painstaking production of this carefully crafted EP.