JAWS – Sweat – Single Review – sonic pr

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Review By Darren McIntyre

JAWS is an Indie rock band from Birmingham, England originally formed in 2012, The boys have given us 2 EPs, 3 LP’s and this has afforded them the pleasure of sharing the stage with the likes of The Twang, Peace, Swim Deep & Spector and has had various support slots too. The boys drop the new single Sweat from their forthcoming EP If It Wasn’t For My Friends, Things Could Be Different due to drop on September 15th, please sit back as I take us through this awesome new offering.

Sweat – A punchy bassline gets this gritty Indie rocker off the ground with solid soulful vocals that are perfectly rounded by a full-on rhythm section with attitude. The whole track is a fresh melodic synth-laden beast that has energy, depth and plenty in the tank to let us feel the groove oozing from this energetic 4 piece. The swift solid snare drum punches are bringing the drive to this foot-stomping track as the slick cool guitar riffs wander freely through the arrangement and let the tone wash over us as the beat intensifies with ease. The whole track has a cool funky beat attached to it as the boys open her up and really deliver a solid gritty rock track that takes us on the journey that sees these boys develop into a full-on rock outfit.


            Connor Schofield  –  Vocals

            Alex Hudson  –  Lead Guitar

            Leon Smith  –  Bass

            Eddy Geach  –  Drums

Track Listing  –                       Sweat

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