If fast, hard, and loud Rock & Roll with a whole lot of female angst is your jam, then your musical ship has just entered the port with this fiery single and video courtesy of Thundermother.
If you have not heard the news rock is not dead, and the demise of good old barn burning Rock and Roll has been extremely exaggerated. Here are our top five singles worthy of checking out to increase your musical street cred.
Thundermother – Driving In Style
These hard-driving all-female Swedish rockers delivered their stellar record, Heat Wave, carrying a ’70s rock groove that can stand fret for fret with any of their male counterparts. The lead-off single “Driving In Style” will take you pedal to the metal down to the parts of your subconscious that you have not visited in a very long time.
The Struts – Cool
It’s no secret that we love Luke Spiller and the Struts. In fact, their new record, Strange Days, would have been our record of the year were it not for the fact that Robbie Williams appears on the single, and we will have none of that. Here, on the appropriately named “Cool” the most dynamic frontman in the game today struts his stuff in a fine fashion.
The Dirty Denims – Last Call For Alchohol
Another fine band with a female rocker leading the way, this time courtesy of Mirjam Sieben, the vibe is pure AC/DC by way of Joan Jett and the Blackhearts. With this ode to blasting past the last call at your local bar, or these days in your living room, and letting things rip you can start your own countdown to ecstasy.
The Wild – High Speed
Another Born to Be Wild jump on your Harley and ride hard groover of a tune. You will grow a mullet just listening to this one.
King King – Dance Together
As groove-laden a rocker as you are likely to come across in recent months, these Scottish rockers will make you miss putting a couple more tokens in your local’s jukebox just to make the night last a little bit longer.
More known for their fiery brand of Swedish Rock and Roll Thundermother throws our ears a curveball with the ballad “Sleep” giving vocalist Guernica Mancini and her bandmates their “Beth” moment in the sun.