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Scandal Tree is bringing the thunder with BWS.
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It’s the latest from the Brisbane natives who, last year, released the single One Way Road and their debut EP, Layin’ Down Your Cards.
And it builds on the solid foundation of those releases while adding even more electric melodies. BWS was born out of a jam session, and it truly embodies the joyfulness and authenticity that only comes from a bunch of mates messing around. As a whole, it is bold and brash, wearing its influences on its sleeve proudly. While it nods to the likes of Alice in Chains, Rose Tattoo and Soundgarden, BWS also has a solid Australian edge – a factor that sets the track apart.
BWS guides listeners through a maze of riffs, riffs and more riffs.
Coming in at close to five minutes long, BWS guides listeners through a maze of riffs, riffs and more riffs. The single also celebrates powerhouse vocals, huge singalong moments (BEER, WINE IN HELL!), slick production and a creative, varied structure, leaving absolutely no room for dull points. Ultimately, Scandal Tree has shown the world how this rock thing is done. BWS is a dynamic track that commands attention, and it’s sure to find a place in the heart of any rock fan who likes their tunes on the heavier, grungier side of the spectrum.
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