Of course, The Nearly Deads are a rock band, no question about it, and on first listen, it is easy to think, great though their music is, it doesn’t bring too much new to the table. But that would be to miss the point entirely. What the band does so well, and what their latest single, “Relentless”, underlines so forcefully, is the band’s ability to unite so many strands of music which fall under the rock and roll banner. Less thinking outside the box, more redesigning the box, so that it seems so much bigger on the inside than you first supposed. A musical T.A.R,D.I.S. no less…

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