With an incredibly amazing pace, the tunes are characteristically soft and easy-minded, although they can be perceived as deeply tempestuous and rebellious as well. The guitar solos are simply strikingly extraordinary, as well as the vocals, incisively sober, but with an effusively audacious serious intonation, that juxtaposes the more poetic sidelines of their music. With a powerful, pungent, precise and elegant artistic sensibility, Thunder On The Fields has marvelous tracks after marvelous tracks.
Highly recommended for enthusiasts of indie and alternative rock, Demon Head wisely evokes in their sound that affectionate atmosphere typical of sixties rock’n’roll, while maintaining the easy-going fluidity of their style cohesively inserted in a contemporary arrangement. Although the general structure of their music can be classified as simple, the melodies are astoundingly poetic, essentially charming and proverbially translucent. Their overall sound is a mixture of arrogant dreams and sincere smiles, and you can’t avoid the temptation to incorporate the behavioral rapture evoked by their music.
There is not a singular element in their music that can be categorized as unfavorable. With an essentially dominant musical security that standardizes a dynamic sense of independent fruition concerning their sensitive and elaborated style, Demon Head has really conceived in Thunder On The Fields a very singular work, that excels in the propensities of its sonorous validations. An expressively mature and ostensibly impressive work that intensifies in the vast scope of its wide range of influences a new anagram of musical beauty, Demon Head is a sensational and wonderful group, that really knows how to enlarge the magnificent artistry of the genre, and with such a sonorous richness and abundance, that you inevitably wishes everybody to discover their sound!