For what feels like forever, people have been claiming that guitar music is dead. If this is the case, then without a shadow of a doubt The Carnabys are bringing the genre back into the mainstream. Their new album Too Much, Never Enough is the perfect soft rock album, something the mainstream is missing a lot of right now.
Every track is fast, pacey and would have a full audience captivated at a live gig - that said they’ve already supported the likes of Blondie so as anyone at those gigs will tell you, they’re an impressive live act. They’re not just good live; they clearly care a lot about live music. The Carnabys they have decided to put their album up for pre sale four months before its release date at the end of August and will be donating all the earning to ‘The Music Venue Trust’ to help keep live venues afloat in such uncertain times. If that’s not enough reason to buy the album, then what is?
Tracks such as Crocodile and Peaches and Bleach stand out for their brilliant lyrics and Crocodile especially for its unique guitar riffs. If you invest in one album this summer make it Too Much, Never Enough and you won’t be disappointed.