SINGLE REVIEW: Shoulder To Shoulder – WOLVES

LA based three piece, WOLVES, are a band constantly breaking barriers and pushing the boundaries of modern music. Creating their own unique sound by blending pop sensibilities with bold rock n roll and urban beats, the band have crafted a distinct style that shapes the sound of pop culture as we know it.

Consisting of Marc Avery, Sean Carney, and Rockwell Sands, the band have an eclectic mix of influences that shine through in their music.

“We wondered what it would be like if we took all these different influences we loved—artists like Michael Jackson, the Eagles, Coldplay—and rolled them all into one band today,” Sands states.

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January kindly welcomed the band’s newest single ‘Shoulder To Shoulder‘.

Released around the time of Martin Luther King Day, the track carries a timeless message for today’s generation that the band feels needs to be heard again – one that says we must always stay in this fight for equality together.

The track opts for a triumphant tone, combining harmonious and gentle vocals with booming bass and soaring synth. Its elevating tone is utterly infectious – spreading the message of love and acceptance in a way that’s incredibly empowering.

Its stadium-sized rhythm creates a sound that’s almost anthemic, with lyrics: ‘the dreams of our mothers are safe and sound, we’re shoulder to shoulder and won’t back down‘ truly pushing for equality and successfully spreading that important message to stand against injustice to the generation of today.

WOLVES have already earned top spots on the Billboard charts as well as receiving heavy rotation on Sirius XM for previous tracks such as ‘Freaky‘ and ‘Animal‘.

Shoulder To Shoulder‘ is available on Spotify.

You can find the band on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.

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