From Canada, the three-piece indie alt-rockers ON bring Underdog. A supergroup of talent, the trio have enjoyed huge success with 90s music being members of Acid Test, Danko Jones, and Rocket Science. From the self-titled album, ON, Underdog offers a song of hope and change as the times pass by so strangely. A video filmed by Lindi Gordon and edited by Michael Gucciardi brings the song to visual life which only works to further embellish the groove even deeper. Comprised of Lucy Di Santo on the bass and vocals, Steve Fall on guitar, and Dan Cornelius on the drums, this single and the album due in September was mixed and mastered by Darius Szczepaniak. He has previously worked with Sum 41, Moxy Fruvious, Black Crowes, Bare Naked Ladies (always write the band when googling for this group folks), and Big Sugar. Let's put the Underdog in pole position and see what happens.
The TV signal ends as a rock guitar and punk vocal bring out the riffs. A progressive entrance rips into drums and bass with punchy beats smashing the verbs into order. Fiery energy and a ferocious edge bring rock and roll to the highest level as elements of grunge and metal adapt to the fun-filled elevation of sound. A barrage of vocal harmony signifies a break in the norm, if there ever was such a thing, before the gears grasp once more and the acceleration principle reasserts itself. Thrashing guitar breaks with an anarchic backbone become filled out by meaty and sensual passages of pure emotion.
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