It’s been five years since BRICKHOUSE released their first CD “Walk of Shame”, and with the second one – “Yesterday Revisited” – this Malmö-based band consolidates its role as one of the most uncompromised messengers of rock inspired by the 70’s and the soul passionate 60’s in the business!
Singer and guitar player Magnus Andersson wrote eleven new songs that totally oozes the blues, soul and rock inspiration that has become his signum. On “Yesterday Revisited” his songs have been still more refined by the producer Magnus Nörrenberg, who also plays keys in the band.
A tour of the musical quarters where BRICKHOUSE stands tall will undeniably show you architectural features from both the 60’s and the 70’s, with Otis Redding, The Small Faces, Rolling Stones, Bad Company and Sam Cooke among others as corner pillars. But the closer you get to the drive way that leads up to BRICKHOUSE, the more modernly profiled the surroundings will appear.
“Yesterday Revisited” is a CD that stands with its legs wide apart and spans as well the tenderly melancholy of “Don’t Fit In” and “Your Own Creation” as smacks in the face like “Moby The Dick” and “Kick Steel”.