New Music Review: PAUL LEWIS & ROMEO RAGE ‘Sky’s Rust’

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Rating: 8.0 / 10 Stars

Rating: 8 out of 10.


REVIEW – The duo of PAUL LEWIS & ROMEO RAGE take on the influences of David Bowie and Prince that ignite a new album titled Sky’s Rust.

The opening song “Rips” begins with soaring guitars and pulsating drum beats. “Ghost Town” presents a stellar bass line with defining vocals. “Sip Away” tears into the depths of life and its complications. “The Shift” is a slower paced song with steady percussion and guitars.

Lewis, the film composer behind the feature films Days of Power, brings his gift of eclectic vocal, guitar and keyboards with John Sanders on drums and Allen Trainor on bass and backing vocals. The combined talents of these artists combines a new sound for a new listening experience not heard commonly in today’s music. The 8-song album is a must-listen for music lovers of all genres.

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