The Servant

The Servant - Liquefy - Single Review

The Servant
Liquefy
Prolifica
Release Date: 21 March 2005

Arty, eclectic, maybe a bit bizarre but always unique, Dan Black’s The Servant are a band that’s never short of surprises. New single Liquefy - taken from forthcoming album The Servant – contains all of the above plus a touch of blues and a taste of Tom Yorke- style melody in an utterly irresistible ensemble. It’s unthinkable to be touched by lyrics such as “Shall we liquefy, oh you and I, and mingle

The Servant - Liquefy - Single Review

in the stream?” but it takes just one listen to admit it’s possible. The title of the second track - Jack The Ripper - doesn’t help, either. But again, there’s not much else to do than surrendering to its infectious finger-snapping hook. Allegedly recorded “in a flat in N6”, the wizardry of this three-track jewel consists in catchy intros and sudden variations, and in a very creative mind. And hopefully, after wowing French and Italian crowds, this band will finally reach the success they deserve also in the UK.

http://www.theservant.co.uk

Giada Arnone



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