The Problem by Call to the Faithful: Review
The angsty riffs of Call to the Faithful come back with a blast in the new track The Problem. Their latest release is a narcissistic, cocky song with an attitude that will give you goosebumps in great excitement. “When I am myself an accomplished person, with responsibilities of my own, then if you do not like me, then it is absolutely your problem and nothing else” is the statement that Call to the Faithful expresses during this electrifying journey, full of riffs, distorted screams, and an unforgettable hook: “The problem’s not me, it’s fucking you” can linger for days in the heads of rock fans.
“One hundred and sixty-eight hours in a week
Eighty-four spent working dead on your feet
We just about make it to the end of the week
But we’re the starbucks wasters, that’s what they see
That’s how it is in the modern age
From the outside, we’ve got it made”
Call to the Faithful may have a long way to go, but with every release they are proving they’re unstoppable. This track is no different. The Problem acquires the right amount of duration for a rock song to come back to listen to it daily, perfect arrangements, and catchy melodies. For the fans of Royal Blood, Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes, Rage Against The Machine & IDLES, Call to the Faithful is a name to watch out.
The Problem by Call to the Faithful is now available for streaming.
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Review by: Maxime Cronenberg