Light Shape Sound- Miracle Bell Review

Light Shape Sound, the first studio album from Naas based Indie Rock band Miracle Bell was released in 2010. An intriguing combination of synth, electro pop and rock; the album improves each time you hear it. The Kildare trio deliver their own distinct sound on this well polished debut album.

Miracle Bell consists of Dave Prendergast- lead vocal, rhythm guitar and synth, John Broe- lead guitar, backing vocals and synth, and John Rigney- Drums and backing vocals. Each man brings his own quality to the group; and to the album Light Shape Sound. Prendergast with his distinct voice, Broe with his incredible guitar riffs and Rigney with his energetic drumming routines; it all brilliantly blends into one amazing album.

Throughout a three year period(2008-2011), six singles were released and each of these appeared on the ten track album. Each track presents its own individuality and stands strong on its own. There is not one track which lets the album down; each is of superior quality.

Miracle Bell, unlike a large number of chart artists in the world today retain their brilliance when they transition to the live stage. Prendergast’s vocals retain their strength, Broe’s personality and supreme guitar talent shines through his riffs and Rigney’s energetic pounding of the drums provides a beat to move to. Their sound remains outstanding.

Light Shape Sound is a brilliant debut album from one of Ireland’s most promising groups. The distinct sound captured within its ten tracks make it an amazing listen. Miracle Bell have set themselves up as one of the best Irish bands of modern times; and it seems as if they can only get better.

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