A couple of weeks ago, Stars and Celebs reviewed LA-based duo Social Gravy’s single, “California,” that highlights some California lovin’ with honey-toned melodies, a tribute to the sounds of such legends like The Eagles and Tom Petty. A taste of SoCal fever, the track also pays ode to the duo’s adopted state, glossing over sun-soaked indie folk rock melodies with undeniable notes of a retro-styled classic rock flair.
Now the rock duo is back with their latest single, “Let It Out.” This time around the group is conjuring within their cadence a penchant for some Britpop sensibilities.
Filled with revving guitars and fuzzed out vocals, the new single spirals in and out with reverberating guitar riffs that create a wall of sound with their reverb-filled vibes. The combined vocal harmonies join in to create a melodic effect.
The track brandishes a retro classic rock feel that is ill-contained with big guitars and overall a gargantuan cadence. The song really rocks out on this classy rock anthem.
Simmering with high energy and a contagious feel, a hodge-podge of genres from classic rock to blues-hinged spiritual revival could be detected.
Social Gravy’s latest single is a soulful blues-tinged rock fest.
Uninhibited by trends or styles, the rockers own their sound, a confection of momentous guitars oiled by sandpapery fuzzed out vocals that recall an Oasis feel that gives their music a retro oldies-inspired vibe.
Attention grabbing with a high energy and a contagious feel, “Let It Out” is from the band’s digital “7, entitled, “Let It Out”/“California” that is currently out now. Recorded at the infamous EastWest Studios in Hollywood, the album pays homage to West Coast-flavor tunes adding a modernized touch to vintage honeyed hook-driven melodies of the classic greats like Chicago and Creedence Clearwater Revival.
Be sure you have a listen and get yourself a copy today!