The Cape Race - Digging For Gold | Track Review | By Volume

I'm afraid of heaven because I can't stand the height. I'm afraid of you because I can't be left behind. St. Vincent - Regret

The Cape Race

Digging For Gold

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Author: on August 11, 2013

“Digging For Gold’s” swirling, claustrophobic pop-punk sees Manchester’s The Cape Race pick up where EP closer “Now, Voyager” left off, crafting strangely dark and emphatic rock which builds to a formidable climax. “Heaven knows if I’ll be climbing back at all“, David Moloney worries with the track in its infancy, but not without a hint of the steel that lifts the chorus of this mammoth song into seriously praiseworthy echelons. The passion that thunders out of these walls lends a glint that The Cape Race’s debut record Home, Truths might be one to anticipate.


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