Never Hill – Epilogue EP


Never Hill, an alternative rock band from Nuneaton, England released a six-track EP titled Epilogue on June 20th (which can be purchased on iTunes.)

The album kicks off with “Forgive Me,” which is a song that’s more on the soft-rock side. I just need to start by saying that the vocalist, Adam Ross, has an amazing, captivating voice with an edge to it. You can really hear the emotion in his voice when he sings. It actually suits their music extremely well, especially for this song. My favorite lyric is the opening one, “Life is like the bottom of a bottle, an empty piece of you, so hollow.” I can tell by the way it’s written that the song has meaning and depth to it.

Up next is “Fire,” which starts off sounding kind of like it’s an acoustic, unplugged song. Then it kicks in with a catchy, more upbeat tune. I mostly love the drum beats in this song. The lyrics “I can’t stay young forever, I had to grow up one of these days. So I set my life on fire so I don’t make anymore mistakes” are the words that stick out the most in this song because, let’s face it, we’ve all been in that place at one point or another, we’ve all felt that way. These guys are just telling it like it is. That’s why I think a lot of people will be able to relate to their music and should give this song a chance.

The third track, “Colours,” is a more heartfelt, emotional song, and that’s what sets it apart from the rest of the album. What I love most about this song is the fact that they incorporated a piano into the music, making it more melodic and softer. Despite the fact that it’s a short song, this is where their talent shines, because it shows that they’re capable of more than just guitars and drums. In my opinion, this is the gem of the album.

Those are the three songs I enjoyed the most, but “Epilogue” is worth listening to in its entirety so be sure to listen to their other tracks “Starting Line,” “Stay Away,” and “Afraid of the Dark.” If you enjoy rock music of any sort, you won’t be disappointed; I know I wasn’t.

Written by Shannon Fong
*edited by Kate Erickson

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Shannon is one of Bucketlist’s double threats; not only does she take hot-as-hell show photos, she’ll write up the review to match ‘em. After showing a life-long interest in photography, she went to Montreal’s Concordia University to study exactly that: photography. This same interest propelled her to create her own business in 2011, SLF Photography. When Shannon isn’t rocking out to Halestorm or TYR, you can find her drinking margarita slushies, chowing down on dumplings and steaks, or watching Chicago Fire and The Walking Dead. You should also ask her to see her squirrel photography collection. SLF Photography

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