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Plucking from a wealth of genres and pop culture references, HYMNS make epic and ethereal rock songs that exist to enlighten and energise all who bear witness. With thick Baritone vocals and rousing choral hooks, their music is appropriately bittersweet. Whereas the infectious guitars and driving bass lines of their debut London EP documented the inherent solitude of inner city living, the band have since been looking outwards, unable to ignore bigger global issues. Woven from stories of personal experience, the band’s unapologetic honesty supports the weight of their music’s sturdy foundations.
Their new 4 track EP release, Reset sees the band delve deeper into their signature atmospheric sound, broadening the musical palette with elements reminiscent of Ennio Morricone's Spaghetti Western soundtracks and Black Sabbath's heavy guitar riffage. Mainstay favourites of the band, Nine Inch Nails, The Cure, and Depeche Mode also creep into their musical melting pot. "If Quentin Tarantino ever gets around to reading this Joyzine review, I can heartily recommend that he checks out HYMNS for sources of reference for future soundtracks." JOYZINE "This is dark. Dark and beautiful. Stunning in fact. Listen to HYMNS, and rejoice" SOUNDSPHERE MAGAZINE