A chiming guitar sits neatly behind a gnarly riff, but it doesn’t take long for Jared and Nathan to make a thunderous entrance. All at once, we’re galloping away on what is the fastest track on the album.
With power chords rising and falling and the rousing hum of amps all around, Nathan accents the verses with nimble hi-hat splashes. A zonked-out guitar solo, squealing like a pig, bursts through amidst the ‘whoo-hoo’ background vocals. Meanwhile, the band keeps cookin’ with wild abandon.
Caleb’s vocals are tucked in the back of the mix - they have a bit of a first-pass quality - making it nearly impossible to understand what he’s singing. But as a no-nonsense rocker, it gets the job done.