“Darkest Hour” by Most Unlikely

With tight production and mature, addictive melodies “Darkest Hour” is Most Unlikely’s best track yet.

The band is made up of Elle James (vocals), Charlie Joe (guitar), Charlie Morland (guitar, bass) and Alex on drums. After finding each through playing gigs in pubs and bars across London, the four-piece quickly realised they had struck gold as a band and began writing music. Influenced heavily by bands like The Doors, Fleetwood Mac, Aerosmith, Janis Joplin and Blondie, the groups sound is experimental yet grounded strongly in rock roots. The result is emotion charged art that pulls you in from the opening bars of each track.

Not deterred by the challenges brough on by covid lockdowns, the group continued to make their stunning music. The latest track, mixed and produced by Charlie Morland in London, features intelligent and emotive performances particularly in the form of James’ powerful vocals that drive the track. The opening guitar is nothing short of beautiful and shows a sensitivity from the band that elevates “Darkest Hour”.

With amazing production, gorgeous chord progressions and strong performances all round, “Darkest Hour” is Most Unlikely at their absolute best. A lush sonic landscape allows the rhythm section to sound massive and forms the perfect bass for Elle James vocals to shine. With a stellar discography already under their belt, “Darkest Hour” is the perfect track to introduce yourself to Most Unlikely’s addictively unique sound. Stream the new track now!

Written by Ciarán Coleman





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