‘Rain of Revolution’ is a confusing creation. It’s opening riff promises something ambitious, but the brass chords in the first verse cheapen the thing before its even got underway. The rehearsal footage presents something a little tighter visually which, counter-intuitively, succeeds in smoothing the edges of what is a song with an identity crisis.
I’ll be amazed if it makes it through to the final. There’s so very little to hang your hat on here.