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Ignatia : Rising - Single Review: You Found Me Too

03 Jun 2020 // A review by Mike Alexander

The retooled Ignatia : Rising continue to surprise with their latest release - a quiet stunner, which is perhaps a reflection of these times when we have all been forced to look deep within ourselves.

After three singles that made it almost impossible to pigeon-hole their style or swagger, You Found Me Too is an acoustic ballad "an ode to unconditional love".

The sound of an old gramophone needle, a softly tempered vocal that sounds reminiscent of Pink Floyd's Roger Waters and an easy-going guitar melody that allows the vocal to take centre stage are the framework for a contemplative and considered perspective on the emotion that "makes the world go around". There's a lovely vocal "ooh, la, la" harmony section, which adds to the sense of reminiscence.

You Found Me Too can't help but pull at the heart strings.

Rating: ( 4 / 5 )
 

About Ignatia : Rising

Ignatia : Rising are a 4 piece, occasional more piece, pop/rock group who crafted their style in the Wild West (Auckland, NZ) party and club circuit in the mid 90’s.

The group independently released their music with a 4 track EP (Demogoguery) following up with a 10 track album (Different Bodies : Different Minds) to good reviews. With six years of performing under their belt the group then embarked on an extended sabbatical for exploration and growth.

Fast forward to 2019 and Ignatia : Rising have dusted off the gear, tuned up, and plugged back in again. Maybe wiser, certainly longer in the tooth, and back to crafting music again.

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