What’s special about this release is that it highlights the incredible creativity that makes the artist so diverse and easy to relate to. The song kicks off with a catchy bass line, and it quickly morphs into a funk-rock banger that really sets the bar higher in terms of rhythm, melody, and color. The guitar work is impressive, with Liv Crash focusing on creating a great combination of attack, melody, and rhythm, echoing the work of influential guitarists such as Cory Wong, John Frusciante, and Nile Rodgers, only to mention a few. The lyrics to “Shakespeare inspired the boobs” are also really fun, tak- ing a stab at the sometimes frivolous and superficial outlook that we can all experience from people on social media. In addition to “Shakespeare in- spired the boobs,” the artist previously released a track named “Cause even in this song,” which is also going to be featured on his forthcoming studio album, aptly titled “Cause even in this album.” Before releasing the full album, Liv Crash will drop two additional singles!