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Homemaker is Mother Vulture’s Single | Indie Music

Good Day Noir Family,
welcome to Edgar Allan Poets indie music corner. A space dedicated to the best new artists and bands we find around the web. Today’s featured Band is Mother Vulture and their Single Homemaker.

Homemaker is Mother Vulture’s Single | Indie Music

The powerful and epic sound of this band hits like a punch in the face.

Surely we are faced with great musicians who have sweated a lot on their instruments to achieve such a professional playing technique.

Their musical understanding is fantastic and the song flows smoothly from the first to the last second.

The vocal timbre of the singer is also very interesting, a sharp voice that gives a lot of energy to the songs of this talented band.

Mother Vulture were able to create a unique sonic blend that makes them stand out from the crowd and makes their music instantly recognizable.

The chord progression is very well thought out and the attention to every slightest nuance is maniacal.

A nice discovery, go and listen to them it’s worth it.

Homemaker is Mother Vulture’s Single Out Now!

Pure Power!

Homemaker is Mother Vulture’s Single | Indie Music

Mother Vulture are fresh off the back of a raging summer festival circuit with appearances at ArcTangent, Bloodstock, Leopalooza and Steelhouse turning heads and sparking conversations. The next question on everybody’s lips after “Who the f**k are these nutjobs!?” is “Where can I hear more?” and you won’t have to look far with a new offering “Homemaker” from the Bristol 4 piece.

Homemaker is a plain and simple love song about the people in our lives that make 4 walls a home, but it comes packaged in a pulsating and cascading behemoth of downtuned stoner rock riffs and a chorus so large it threatens to suck you in under the weight of its’ gravity. It’s a catchy and hectic anthem for punks, metalheads and rockers alike with fuzzy halftime grooves reminiscent of Tigercub or QOTSA pitted against raucous angular riffage and a four on the floor groove that Andrew WK would be proud of.

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