Deadfire’s Single “BFM” Review: Igniting Aberdeen’s Music Scene

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Review by JMM

Hailing from the vibrant city of Aberdeen, Scotland, Deadfire has emerged as a force to be reckoned with in the music scene. Comprised of Charlie on vocals, Rich on guitar, Oi on bass, and Tunk on drums, this quartet has been honing their craft for almost a decade, but it’s their recent resurgence that truly sets them ablaze.

In the wake of the pandemic, Deadfire unleashed their fiery talent, dropping not one but three successful singles: “Anxiety Society,” “Live or Die” in 2022, and the latest, “Pro[Pain],” in early 2023. With their recent alliance with RockFiend, a management powerhouse, the band is gearing up to close 2023 on an explosive note.

Their newest single, simply titled “BFM,” embodies the culmination of their evolution. Recorded in the heart of Edinburgh by the skilled hands of Mark Morrow, the track is a sonic journey that grips you from its opening notes. The slow, deliberate build of bass and drums, accompanied by an ambient guitar humming in the backdrop, sets the stage for what’s to come.

As the anticipation swells, the song erupts into a crescendo of colossal riffs and gritty vocals, catapulting the listener into a whirlwind of sound. Yet, it’s not just about intensity; it’s about the dynamic shifts and masterful pacing that Deadfire effortlessly weaves into their composition.

What truly sets “DeadFire” apart is its magnetic chorus—a hook so infectious that it seizes hold of your senses and refuses to let go. With a blend of raw emotion and undeniable catchiness, this chorus guarantees to linger in your mind, leaving you humming its melody (albeit discreetly) long after the song concludes.

In essence, Deadfire’s latest single is a testament to their growth and musical prowess. It’s a sonic blaze that encapsulates their journey, offering a glimpse into the band’s unrelenting passion and skill. As they wrap up 2023, Deadfire is undoubtedly a name that will continue to scorch its mark across the music landscape, beckoning listeners into their fiery realm.

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