Review: Lola Colt
Teleporting into the 60s, Lola Colt’s music reminds me of Janis Joplin’s psychedelic-acid rock. Lola Colt’s music is not something we hear every day, it is something odd for today’s generation, it is something not familiar and maybe this is why it is difficult to understand.
Lola Colt and the supporting bands Bernaccia and Cobadelta were at Think Tank, a small venue with no seats, no soap in the toilets and wrong information on internet. Of the three groups, I only enjoyed Bernaccia as their music was vivid, and it makes you dance and at the same time listen to the lyrics.
However, I could not understand a word of what Lola Colt was singing – the sound was louder than their voices. The members of the group were different from each other and make you think about how they got to play together and how they have the same passion for the music they do.
Lola Colt, partly made up of Danish vocalist Gun and lead guitarist Matt, both say that films form a big part of their lives, and influenced their musical career. Matt started writing music in the form of film scores and theatre productions and when the band developed into a six-piece, their ideas were to write a soundtrack for a movie.
To listen to more of Lola Colt’s music, visit their YouTube channel.