Snake Bite Poison by Brian Quirk: Review
Philadelphia Alt-Rock artist Brian Quirk cut ties with his toxic past relationship in his new song, Snake Bite Poison.
Following his previous acclaimed single, “What if?”, he continues the trend of exploring the sound of pop punk and alternative rock. With fast, energetic drums, thick, loud guitars, and a dynamic vocal that packs a punch, this song has all the elements to “rock your socks off”.
“I don’t know if you can see, but things have changed and we’re not the same
I don’t want that snake bite poison anymore inside my veins
I’m over the hating, there’s no more debating
Cause I drained the blood you inhabit
If you want it all, you can have it”
When you cut ties with a person you’ve been in a toxic relationship with, what’s a better way to send them off than a pop-punk song? This is just the song for that. Or you can just jam it as a feel-good song if you want. The lyrics and the singing definitely carry the angst and emotion of letting go of someone that’s been holding you down, but in combination with the catchy vocal melodies and upbeat fast-paced energy of the pop-punk sound of the instruments that we all love, this song is an instant jam. The guitars and vocals have the perfect synergy that works hand in hand to make each other pop. Combine that with a relatable theme, you have a banger!
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Photo credits: Brian Quirk
Review by: Gabe Finch