Deep Blue Sea
Don't Say I Didn't Warn You
From Strange Ways
Previously The Little Devils, a run of line-up changes resulted in a new band name. This London based group of blues rockers have been enjoying a succession of live shows since the release of their new album. A truly international bunch of talents, UK, Sweden, Spain, and the USA all have representation in this super-group. The London 100 Club recently held an exclusive party to celebrate the launch of Strange Ways, which is available to stream and buy. Listen in the car or in the auditorium, the music manages to fill the space with exceptional quality. Don't Say I Didn't Warn You is the single from the album, the track that radio loves right now, and the composition in review for you today.
A catchy minimal guitar riff opens the music. It's distorted with an open ended warmth and carries a Guns n Roses style vibe. Drums and bass kick in to bring the energy up to full speed while a strong female vocal slinks across the bars with absolute style. Rhythmic verse lines and pushy guitars keep the moves in action while perfect elocution allows us to listen intently to what they have to say. It's a punchy and aggressive song that remains true to the rock n roll vibe which sits comfortably on the ears. Fun and catchy composition makes the song easy to listen to, great to dance to, and for those who can play, a good inspiration too.
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