Following on from last year’s Wooden Heart EP, Manchester’s The Kill Van Kulls are back and set to release a new album later this year. Preceding that, in the way singles tend to, is three minutes of infectious hook laden riffology that they have called “Wishing”.
Already picked up by the likes of XfM and others, “Wishing” is the kind of pop infused radio-friendly rock that can help blow away the cobwebs on a Monday morning whilst providing something you can sing along to loudly in your car. It’s a rousing and uplifting tune that’ll get stuck in your head and annoy your work colleagues as you whistle the chorus incessantly.
It doesn’t hold back either musically or lyrically with the fashion industry an unexpected target. It explodes out of the blocks with a rapid assault on the senses as drums hammer out a beat like a thousand troops matching to the frontline. It’s a track donning fatigues and is armed with a purpose as guitars and vocals fire out with precision marksmanship.
”Wishing” is released on 24 March but you can download it for free here.