Divenire - Caravan Single Review

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Bethan Shuff || November 4th

Risen from the ashes of the band Dom Morgan, Divenire are the fresh new line-up in Stoke. They recently released their first single Caravan, recorded at Lower Lane Studios with producer Sam Bloor.

If you, like many others included the whole team here at REBEL, fell in love with Dom Morgan's soft vocals and acoustic love ballads, you're going to be in for one hell of a treat with Caravan, which carries all of Dom's trademark sentimentality, which is now also carrying a hefty punch in the styles not unlike those you might expect from the likes of Biffy Clyro. Yes, we said it. We likened a local band to Biffy.

Dom has come back with the catchy melodies and intricately written lyrics we love, but with a new found grit in his voice, matching the dirty tones from Josh Holmes’ guitar. This is a heavier reformation for these boys with the addition of Steve on bass and Charlie on drums.

A detailed love song filled with hope and a sense of belonging. Powerful vocal layers, a grunge-undertone guitars and funky drum fills. Caravan exhibits a more mature, refined version of Dom Morgan.

We're very much looking forward to seeing what Divenire can achieve in 2017 once they have had time to settle into their new look. If this debut single is anything to go by though, next year is going to be a pretty successful one for the Leek based four-piece.