I have something extra special for you today readers of sonic to get you through the midweek blues. It comes from Rogue Jones with their new release ‘Englynion Angylion’.
Englynion Angylion (The Poetry of Angels) is an euphoric call to arms with a message of empowerment, liberation and rebellion. It’s Rogue Jones “getting in touch with their inner witch and embracing nature”.
This, the band’s first single taken from their sophomore album, started life as a Fiona Apple / Kate Bush brooding piano-led verse before being dragged to The Loft in 70s New York by the ghost of David Mancuso. Like the music that Mancuso loved and played, Englynion Angylion is ‘soulful, rhythmic and imparting words of hope and redemption.’
The Guardian called Rogue Jones “a charmingly quirky band who deserve a cult following”. By the evidence of Englynion Angylion, Rogue Jones are overflowing with charm and wider recognition won’t be far behind.
Be sure to check out ‘Englynion Angylion’ out now!