Months Of Work And It’s Finally Out
The second single since Sly Antics became HUDSUN, and it’s twice as good.
The three minute single is a mix of electronic experiments and that signature punch of raw guitar music which has always been a focus in the music which front-man Sam has released. This track has a new variation of that punch though, usually it’s a guitar delivering that raw sound that pushes you back in your seat, but this time round, HUDSUN have taken a step to be a little bit more adventurous with their release, and the electronic pulsing rhythms nearly tip the seat your in over they hit that hard.
The single has taken months of work to get to this stage, but it’s sounding like it’s all going to pay off. Sam isn’t one for stepping down and being defeated, and with the change of band and the change in music, there’s going to be no stopping this incredible duo now, and it’s surely only a matter of time before they break through and start becoming the name on the tip of everyone’s tongue.
The contrasts between the instrumentation and the vocals in this song are where the real focus is for me though. They aren’t forced, almost screaming vocal lines which music of this genre is all to often scattered with, instead the vocal lines are relaxed. There’s definitely still energy in his voice, but it’s just the natural energy, nothing over the top, nothing to in your face, and the song is all the better for it. It allows them to drop in and out with the pulsing drum pad rhythms, and allows for a more intimate feel to the whole song. It’s something that isn’t all that popular within this genre, and it takes a big set of balls to produce a track like this. One that’s out of the ordinary, one that no one else would be brave enough to attempt. That’s what separates HUDSUN from the rest.