Single Review: The Plea – ‘I Am The Miracle’2 min read
I Am The Miracle is the brand new, stomping single from County Donegal indie brothers Denny and Dermot Doherty, drummer Gerry Strawbridge and bassist Paul Toland or otherwise known as The Plea.
The track, which comes back to back with the b-side Praise Be, is a welcoming introduction to a band that is set to ignite the world of indie with the acts debut record which sees its release later in the year and promises to be every bit the storming package as its first single proves to be.
I Am A Miracle is a fresh and brash indie number with swirling guitars and echoed vocals that are reminiscent of The Verve front-man Richard Ashcroft and comes fully equipped with a memorable and anthemic melody as catchy as indie records come. Vocalist Denny has an incredible voice on him as he sways from cool indie rocker on the lead single to wailing rock hero who shares unique vocal similarities with U2’s Bono as he unleashes his angst out on Praise Be.
A fine start to a band who are quickly cementing themselves on the commercial radar.
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