Railroading through the brain, The Freight puts the sass in rock and roll in their new single, See Ya. The Boston-based band’s signature rock sound has a vintage kick to it, dispersing an atmosphere of smoky blues drummed up by blooming punk style and harrowing grunge.
The soundscape is a silver blaze with angular guitar rhythms, glistening riffs, and robust basslines. The punk beats drive the song with a terrific momentum; its fun magnified by the iconic vocal style redolent of The Rolling Stones. Napalm blues are edged by grunge textures and defined by an acid rock sensibilities. It is crude, rude, and crass with a charismatic juvenility and addictive vengeance.
The Freight aims at creating nostalgic experiences for rock patriots. Influenced by the versatility of bands like Led Zeppelin, The Beatles, The Allman Brothers Band, The Cars and the like, the band thrives on experimentation and expanding creativity. With Adam Tiro on the vocals and guitar, Greg Tragellis on keys and vocals, Stephen Anderson on bass, Marc Loverin on drums, and John Marinilli on percussion, the band’s releases has peaked many times on the iTunes blue chart!
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