When My Heart Felt Volcanic Review
The all-female rock band called the Aces have released their full-length debut album, that is thirteen tracks of pop and Alternative Rock mastery. The tunes have substance, the songwriting is replete with determination, the singing and harmonies confident and the pacing and styles are controlled and fashioned with care.
The Aces are: vocalist and guitarist Cristal Ramirez, her sister, Alisa, on drums, guitarist Katie Henderson and bassist McKenna Petty. All native to Utah, the band has been releasing multiple-inspired singles and a previously released EP, I Don’t Like Being Honest the summer of 2017. When My Heart Felt Volcanic marks the band’s first full-length album. The Alternative Rock feel of the tracks have strong melodies, big full harmonies and layers of counterpoint with catchy guitar figures, which give each track a popish sensibility. Superb production, catchy upbeat compositions and genuinely emotional and cohesive lyrics fill all thirteen tracks.
When My Heart Felt Volcanic
April 6, 2018
Red Bull Records