Brutal Resonance’s lovely review of Burden’s Landing

Brutal Resonance has given our new EP “Burden’s Landing” a stellar 9.5 out of 10! Thank you for the kind words, Layla.

“I am recommending Winchester Revival wholeheartedly for stream, download, whatever you’ve got. Not only is this band full of great musicians, a well-balanced sound and heartfelt lyrics, but they’re rallying against some of the more boring elements of indie music right now. I can’t thank them enough for that, really. ”

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The Big Takeover’s great review of “Burden’s”!

One of our favorite music magazines/websites “The Big Takeover” has reviewed “Burden’s Landing”, and they really like it!

“They truly have worked a fantastic amount of range into a short six song EP, and it might just feel like you’ve been on a roller coaster ride.”

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Eyes In the Canopy review from allwhatsrock.com

“Eyes in the Canopy is a really good musical teaser and sets the standard for new age rock. It combines a masterful string of inspirational subjects, and well thought out lyrics for today’s thinking man/fan. Taking all of this into consideration you begin to understand why these 5 are making such a splash in Oakland. The lyrics are powerful and full of intrigue, passion, and wisdom. I can also hear a bit of Fuel, Default, Smile Empty Soul, Crossfade, Trapt and even Saliva. All of this and more make Winchester Revival an extremely hot commodity, to say the least.” — Cecil Mobley

Thank you Cecil! You will hear more from us!
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Thank you Indie Artists Alliance!

“This surging West Coast band is somewhat of a musical force. As if releasing music and beating the pavement over the last year isn’t enough. Sometimes persistence pays off. Where am I going with this? Winchester Revival have managed to hit a home run with this, their latest 4 track EP.
They remind me of Keane, Snow Patrol, Kings of Leon, U2, The Fray, and Imagine Dragons.” –Beth Tindol

Thank you Beth!
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“eyes” gets 9.5 from Vents magazine

Lacking any odd time signatures, complex song forms and heady guitar solos, we’re not exactly sure about the comparison to Rush and King Crimson, but we really appreciate the company! Thank you Gary Hill!
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