A band I recently featured and was impressed by, I thought I might give a listen to The World Over’s complete EP, Mountains which was released early this year. Comprised of five tracks, Mountains really highlights the strength of Ball’s vocals and the unique sound this band are creating.
This band bring together some great melodies, energetic riffs and strong drum work together with synth sounds solidly on this EP, as soon as it begins. Traitor is an example of this, with a thunderous sound and it must be a great track to start a live show with – and combined with the vocals this song is a must listen from this band.
Tiaday Ball really does have such a good vocal that is consistent throughout Mountains, a vocalist with a raw screaming vocal and a nice singing voice that really blends well on this record throughout. Ball leads this band well and uses her voice perfectly, especially on tracks such as Let Go where the full versatility of her voice is on display.
The World Over have a strong sound that as a whole on this EP shines, a coherent sound from the band that works to this band’s strengths. Highlights for me are Traitor, Let Go and Mountains, it’s no surprise listening to it why they named their EP after the song. You can give a listen to the EP here through Spotify and you should, particularly if you’re a fan of bands such as Pvris.