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The Orielles


The Orielles: The Growth of a Dreamy, Jangly Band
If you love dreamy and jangly music, then you must have heard of The Orielles. This band has continued to gain popularity all over the world with their unique style. The band, comprising of sisters Esme and Sid Hand-Halford and their friend Henry Carlyle Wade, formed in Halifax UK in 2012. Over the years, they've managed to create a musical biography and distinctive sound that is both captivating and refreshing. Today, we'll take a deep dive into the world of The Orielles, looking at their genre, best songs, famous concerts, and music critic.
The Orielles' music can best be classified as a combination of indie, rock, and garage pop. Their sound is both dreamy and jangly, which makes them perfect for anyone who loves to unwind with good music. Also, the band has a unique way of fusing pop melodies with jangly guitar riffs that makes their music happy and carefree. Essentially, The Orielles are that band that can make you dance, smile, and forget all your worries.
Some of the band's best songs include Let Your Dog Tooth Grow, Sugar Tastes Like Salt, and Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist). These three songs perfectly encapsulate what The Orielles always try to achieve. Let Your Dog Tooth Grow starts with a dreamy guitar riff, which quickly evolves into a fast-paced melody. Sugar Tastes Like Salt, on the other hand, features lively guitar jangles that are perfectly intertwined with the melody. Finally, Blue Suitcase (Disco Wrist), shows the band's fun side, a rather eccentric melody that will make you want to dance.
The Orielles have played at numerous concerts over the years, but one that will always remain etched in our minds, is the one held at Moth Club in London, England. The show was part of their Silver Dollar Moment album tour and it was simply amazing. The performance was everything you'd expect from The Orielles; jangly guitars, thumping bass, and of course, perfect vocal harmonies. The fans had an ecstatic time, from the very start to the end of the show.
The Orielles have also critiqued by numerous music critics over the years. One such critic is NME's Will Richards. In his review of their 2018 album Silver Dollar Moment, Will said that The Orielles are certainly unafraid to experiment with their music. He also went on to say, they've managed to prove they're more than just a novelty band with their exceptional sound and creative songwriting. These words are a testament to the hard work and dedication that the band has put into its music.
The Orielles are no ordinary band and have continued to prove that they are here to stay. Their unique sound, style, and creativity have helped establish them as one of the best dreamy, jangly bands around. With numerous tours and albums under their belt, they continue to make a meaningful impact in the music industry. If you're a music lover and haven't yet listened to The Orielles, then it's time to listen to their music, and have yourself a fantastic time.
Next Festival
2024-06-15 h: 11:30
Multiple Venues, Ipswich
Ipswich, UK
1 - Just Like Glue
2 - Sugar Tastes Like Salt


2024-06-15 h: 11:30
Multiple Venues, Ipswich
Ipswich, UK
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