2019-07-11T09:00:37-04:00 2019-07-11T04:13:28-04:00

"Kate Moss" is the latest inspiration for The Criticals new single

The Criticals return to a classic 00's indie sound with their latest track "Kate Moss" Reminiscent of classic bands such as The Strokes and Wallows, The Criticals have a promising future ahead of them. With only two other singles under their belt this band is a force to be reckoned with. The band combines a vintage appearance with a pop rock sound that is infectious. The song features guitar ladened verses and vocals that are reminiscent of old school garage rock. 

Kate Moss has been the inspiration for many songs, most notably from The Libertines song "What Katie Did" which is the same energy The Criticals are channeling in this latest single. "Kate Moss" serves as a love song to the 00's era of indie rock proving that it is still as influential now as it was back in the day. 

 The Criticals are a Nashville based rock band formed by Parker Forbes and Cole Shugart in 2018. They are currently recording their debut album so make sure to keep an eye out for this electrifying band. 

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Categories:
Alt-Pop · Alternative Rock · Indie · Rock

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