With the tinge and hint of folk rock of old, ENNOR returns to us with their exciting new single ‘Wave After Wave’. The band’s sultry and poignant rendition of emotional descriptions, continues in this darker and intrinsically ‘self-incriminating’ judgement to the ID of our egos. The drive to the basics of human emotions, handcarts into the rock heartiness of which ENNOR displays and irks you to watch, hear, listen, absorb.
“‘Wave After Wave’ is a song inspired by climate change and recorded in the winter, it’s probably our stormiest song yet – we hope you enjoy the sunshine.” – ENNOR.
The band remembers and highlights about their journeys, nostalgic for the Cornish sea. The infectious sound of the band brings that magnetic ambience, we are automatically attracted. Taking real time social issues, important to humanity and to the band, the subject matter is presented in lyrics derived from concern. The concerns are taken and filtered, towards the end of the world.
In ‘Wave After Wave’ taking the lyrical style of Rush, it blends the instrumental being of Kansas; ultimately revealing a grotesquely-ominous & glorious layers into a practical listening experience.
ENNOR consists of: Tom Elliott, Jack Rennie, Adam Williams, and James Creed.