Review of Morning Lane's headline set at Indigo2, 06.08.10 from Room Thirteen
"As you would expect from the headline act, Morning Lane were the most polished of the bands performing at Glow, presented by Feed Me Music at IndigO2.
If you're a fan of passionate, soaring alternative/indie rock then keep an eye on Morning Lane they guarantee you an emotion filled night."
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Another review of the Indigo2 gig
"...what can only be described as a complete success...Morning Lane has all the ingredients to make a huge impact on the music business and in a couple of years I have no doubt they will be headlining venues such as The O2 Arena and beyond." Lou Stevens, Woho Music
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"The track Mourn offers a diverse dynamic and a tight sound that just begs to be on a gigantic stage with the lead guitar riffs accelerating through the audience. A great uplifting melody arranged to perfection, watch out for Morning Lane!" Ryan Majchrowski
"Their tunes come into their own and bounce and ricochet out of your speakers ordering you to move your feet, move your feet, MOVE YOUR FEET!!"
Mark Mathews | Glasswerk
"Their melodies have a memorable, universal appeal."
Shalinee Singh | BBC London
"Beautifully controlled passion which feels real, rooted in real experience, and no pretensions." Cool Noise
"Morning Lane keep raising the bar in their quest for greatness. Here is a great up-and-coming band going
to make a name for themselves who are playing catchy adrenaline-fuelled indie with great tunes and great lyrics and most importantly with bags of soul.
Go check 'em out!!" Ian Sparkes | The Advertiser
Room Thirteen Review for Night & Day ep
Morning Lane's songs boast a cool edgy feel and sincere vocals steering them towards a delightful indie tension.
Opener 'WtF' is an uplifting tune...there's a certain punk frustration ready to burst out through the occasional guitar screech. In comparison, 'Running Away' is a lilting song with plenty of power ballad potential constantly brimming beneath its forceful percussive heartbeat and searching vocals...
'On The Road' is an aching number that tears blindly at its own soul, seeking some kind of peace that can't be found in the prowling, overdriven guitars. The chorus...should impress alone, even before a furious guitar solo in unleashed, like a wolf howling at the moon with melancholic passion. 'She Dancer' is a moving, upbeat love song that fizzes with the chemistry that a perfect song, let alone a perfect love needs. This is an epic tune to raise the hairs on the back of your neck.
Morning Lane's liberated tunes are a pleasure to hear and filled with the sparks that set a really good tune alight.
“Morning Lane's sound is not pushing any new boundaries; instead they seemed to have captured a great combination of intensity, emotion and content. There is a 'polished rawness' about them.” Brandon X