Newly relocated Sussex trio In Dynamics are set to release their debut album Everything I See. With Beau Boulden on vocals and guitars, William Wrench on bass and Arcane Roots‘ drummer Jack Wrench, In Dynamics have spent the past few years playing alongside artists such as The Subways, Feed The Rhino, Sonic Boom Six and Blitz Kids, but this is their first release since since their 2013 and 2014 EPs Circle and Questions, respectively.
The album kicks off with ‘This is the Start of Something‘, a massive track with an ambient feel and a strong chorus, inviting us in, curious as to where it will take us. For a three-piece, this band have a huge sound on this record, no doubt in part down to the work of producer Chris Coulter (Arcane Roots, Jamie Lenman, Emp!re). The intricate guitar sits perfectly on top of crisp drums that keep this album moving along.
Partway through this album gives us ‘Leviticus’, a lighter song sandwiched amongst more common alt-rock-pop songs like ‘In This Light‘ and ‘Another Minute‘.In some ways, In Dynamics remind us of Kids in Glass Houses; it’s easy to get into each song, there’s nothing particularly offensive about their sound and its laid-back, enjoyable and catchy.
The record plays out in typical fashion, keeping us entertained all the way. Final track ‘Everything I See’, which lends its title to the release, is great a finishing note, constantly building until it can no longer be contained. It’s easy to imagine this being sung by a room of people at the top of their lungs.
Everything I See is brimming with catchy choruses and has a great balance between alt-rock and still maintaining a mainstream way of structuring songs. This is great debut album and it is well worth a listen.
Everything I see by In Dynamics is released on 18th July via self-release