The song has the distorted thickness of authentic blues rock & roll with the perfectly fitting level of emotion & passion that make the genre what it is.
The skill & satisfying crunch of any great folk rock track. The riffs have a simplicity that lets you fully access the sentiment & soul of the song.
A blissfully ambient collection of sounds & riffs. A dramatic & emotional work of art that reinforces those underlying ideas with every moment that passes.
After 30 years of oppression and a ban of music under Taliban rule, Zohra are standing up to extremism by actively pursuing their passion for music.
Something a little bit different, a breakaway from the political norm & a recording that lays bare a more personal & somewhat vulnerable side to the band.
A shining example of the beauty of reflective songwriting & the power of this when placed alongside a somewhat more classic, mellow rap vibe.
The realness embedded within the lyrics adds to the genuine, indie feel of the whole thing. It’s music to believe in, to relate to, to turn up loud & enjoy.
I’m not afraid to voice my opinions on politics, religion or sex. I believe nationalism to be one of the biggest barriers to a peaceful planet.
There’s all but a feature length film to fill you with thoughts & self reflection. The energy is superb & maximises the strength of the song brilliantly.
Unforgettable is the key word. The two songs highlight the complex & creatively free sound the band are about to present to the world in full force.
Let it be stated for the record that no other band should dare entertain the notion of competing with us; on stage we’re going to be very hard to touch.
As a musician, it’s impossible to question the level of skill Chris Murphy has achieved through playing & exploring sound so creatively & so consistently.