Honey by Mother Vulture: Review
The British blues-punk band gives their audience a glimpse of the direction the band is headed in their new blistering song Honey.
Rock and roll in its purest form the Bristol squad tears it up through their first release of the year. Mother Vulture takes the sound of classic 80s rock and cranks it up a notch adding their own spin to it. Their energy from the high-voltage live performances that they feel the most comfortable doing carries over to the studio to create this banger. The catchy riff and the punchy drums hold the song together as Georgi’s high-pitch nasal vocals take the song to a soaring new height and give it its edge. In true rock and roll spirit, this song is a pulsating, feisty cry for freedom in a world that constantly pushes one down and tries to fit them into boxes stripping them of their originality and individuality.
The song is heavy, groovy, catchy and explosive in its energy. Most importantly they managed to have a distinct sound that stands out from the rest of the crowd in this genre. Those who say all the rock bands sound the same and there’s no innovation in this genre anymore, clearly have never heard Mother Vulture and if this is really the direction the band is taking regarding their sound, they are an indestructible force to be reckoned with.
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Photo credits: Kieran Webber
Review by: Gabe Finch