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 feature artist is Estelle Meyand her single LATE (Dino Song).
LATE (Dino Song) is Estelle Mey’s Single Out Now
The sacred fire of rock flows in this artist’s blood.
Her voice is direct, effective, and solid. Estelle Mey’s sound hits you straight like a punch in the face.
The guitars are powerful, with their acid and industrial sound. The vocal timbre, for rock vibrations and energy, can be compared to that of Brian Johnson.
This artist doesn’t compromise and spits her music in your face with no strings attached. Either you like it or you don’t like it but I don’t think she gives a damn about your opinion.
Estelle Mey continues to carry her musical vision forward without looking back. Her determination will take her far. I instantly became a fan of this talented artist.
In a world made of beats and computers, there is still someone who loves to produce real music.
LATE (Dino Song) is Estelle Mey’s Single Out Now!
Over a storm of blistering baritone guitar Estelle Mey chimes brutal rhymes with her powerful and gritty voice over a no holds barred barrage of drumming wizardry courtesy of drummer Rob Dowsett on her new EP ”INVERTED”.
After the warm welcome received on the first release “SNAKE (Rejection)”, Estelle Mey returns with an anthemic new single “LATE (dino song)”.
With outright thrashing instrumentation, tongue-in-cheek lyrics and infectious vocal lines, the track is a quick, but impactful new offering. Instrumentally, the track is tight, grooving and textually diverse.
The last single SNAKE , showing some Thrash metal and Alternative influences was warmly welcomed on the 10th of March and has been played on BBC1 Future Alternative by Nels Hylton, BBC1 Intro Rock by Alyx Holcombe , Radio X by Johny Kennedy and Amazing UK.