StoneFeather Sits Between Decades

noah-stoneweather-reviewNoah StoneFeather’s “StoneFeather” is a rock record with some ’70s and ’80s influences tied in. “Good Little Girl” has this rocking background but the vocals come across softer than expected. Speaking of soft, that’s what you’ll get with the power ballad of “Black Tar Death” that plays more like an instrumental because of its minimal use of lyrics. “Burn Down The World” may come across as menacing because of the title, but it’s as light as the last. The same goes with “Die With Me.” If you were a teen in decades that was either decked out in bell bottoms or neon, and are a rock fan, you’re going to want to check out “StoneFeather” by Noah StoneFeather. (http://freexpressionproductions.com/)

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