Today’s Daily Feature is “Monomania” by American Indie Rock band theWorst. The track features the guest drummer Nikki Glaspie (Beyoncé, The Nth Power) and it was produced by Will Holland (Pixies, Fall Out Boy). The song is described as “the glorious love child of Joan Jett & Kurt Cobain”.
The track features the nostalgic sound of grunge rock from the 90s by bands like Cobain’s own Nirvana. It’s gritty, high-energy, and full of rawness in both the vocal and instrumentation. Sure there is a ton of aggressiveness throughout the song, but it fits with the rawness of the singer’s vocals that it add the edgy touch. Yet, there are anthemic soundscapes embedded in the song, especially during the chorus, as it is uplifting and rousing with its brutally honest lyrics. If you are looking for a track that takes a fresh spin on 90’s alt-rock or looking for something that is aggressively raw, you have to listen to theWorst’s Monomania” today!
Make sure to check out “Monomania” down below. What do you like about the song? Let me know in the comments!
About the Artist: TheWorst
theWorst has been on a meteoric rise since their inception. Led by bandleader and true survivor, Brooke Binion, the band has gained a reputation as a one-of-a-kind raucous live act, fueled by an aggressive raw sound, anthemic songs, and a brutally honest lyricism that is rare in today’s highly commercial and often fabricated mainstream music scene. Having toured nationwide and coast to coast since 2016,
The band is comprised of Binion on lead vocals and guitar, alongside Will Bradford (SeepeopleS) on bass and Craig Sala (Paranoid Social Club, Kurt Baker, Planeside) on drums, earned wide critical acclaim with the release of their debut album Jane Doe Embryo.
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