Released just the other day, Brophy's Law bring us The Bachelor. This is their favourite live track from their performances, and the band want to show the world the kind of energy this outfit create with their sounds. The band have been described as a juxtaposition between The Pogues and The Clash, both firm favourites, it's clear this modern-day group of folk-rockers have a fantastic sound. This song was written quite a few years ago, while Brophy was musing on works by Shane McGowen. The band are expected to perform at various festivals in the coming months, let's hope the scene recovers in time, and there are plenty of dates to follow as well.
With a reel style rhythm and a burst of whistle, the music opens. A guitar and voice suddenly enters, accented lyrics about the life of a drinking man flow like melodic poetry. The combination of chord and whistle brings out a folk edge that sits alongside punchy beats and energetic lines. A story unfolds, it's a common scene, a man finds more solace in his drinking buddies and a drunken haze than with a caring woman who wants to change his ways. It's catchy and has sing-a-long words with memorable sections of tuneful melody.
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