As a strongly united band, The Upset Victory's music is both epic and hypnotic. Though they number five altogether (with Frank Hammonds, Stephen Campbell, Aaron Roy and Eric Vice), with their diverse styles and ranges fused together, there could be fifty of them.
Heavy but melodic, The Upset Victory's rolling patterns drive a waterfall pace like running a marathon, especially in songs like Rise. More acoustic pieces like Holding Back rely heavily on Dill's vocals, who reaches golden heights with milky melodies out of gravelly beginnings, accompanied by strings in love letter music.
Fast and technical, big and brash, slow and bubbly,The Upset Victory is energetic, engaging and enchanting. Their complex layering in itself is mesmerizing. Here is a powerful force that will benefit the national scene.
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