Trampolene Love Review
Obviously, 'Newcastle Brown Love Song' is one of my favourite songs and will always be. Despite it is not the song you’re thinking about when you want a gig to be rock & roll nor when you need something to cheer you up. But still, I have a kind of love story with this one as it was the first title I’ve ever played on Youtube when I first discovered about Trampolene and it was the first time I felt so emotional when Jack and his mates played it on stage in a small venue called Bedford. (Not to mention an intimate after gig Newcastle singing in the cold street of London).
So, despite this, I can listen to all their albums, I would pick 'Pocket Album 2'.
Plus, this album offers a mix of amazing songs I can listen to over and over and which, I think, represent the whole Trampolene atmosphere: from the catchy 'Imagine Something Yesterday' with the “come back, come back to me” to the very rock & roll I’m on my own, without forgetting the sweet Cinderella’s hoe, lovely lullaby to fall asleep. And cherry on the top, because Trampolene wouldn’t be Trampolene without poems: Health and Wellbeing at Wood Green Job Center.
What else can I say? Trampolene is a wonderful band, not only for their music but for what they are as human beings and I am just more than happy I had the chance to get to know them.