This is an electronic remix of a grunge song! “B Song” captures all the sound of New Wave and Post Punk to deliver a romantic single about a beautiful woman! LISTEN NOW!
What’s going on boys and girls! Welcome back. It’s your boy, MadZen, and today we will talk about a brand new single brought to us by a Poland band! All the way from Gdansk, this four friends make music just because it’s fun, and today we’ll listen to their latest single. Let’s get to it!
As mentioned above, Snakedoctors are four friends who started the band in Gdansk, Poland in May of 2020. So far, they’ve released 20 singles and four albums, which are: “Obligation”, “Joy Free Bowl”, “Mellow Joy”, and their latest double album “Four and a half”.
“B Song” is the 4th single promoting “Four and a Half”, and it is actually a remix of a grunge song with the same title written by band’s guitarist and vocalist Wojciech. For this single, Snakedoctors recruited Joe Gibb, well known for working with such bands like Depeche Mode, The Cure, The Kinks, Jane’s Addiction, Stone Roses and The Mission (mixing) and Kevin Paul, who also worked with Depeche Mode, the Kinks, Yazoo, Erasure and David Bowie (mastering).
You will listen to an electronic vibe delivered by a solid beat, warm synth bass, and shimmering pads. Gluing everything together, Wojciech vocals are strong, deep, and raw, while delivering tender and romantic verses about a special gal. Just like in their previous singles, like “Friday Night”, this track carries a heavy influence from new wave and new romantic.
This single is also a sort of continuity for their former hit single “A Song” telling this time another side of that story. The video for the single was filmed in Belgrade.
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