Carter has already released two, quite frankly, incredibly diverse and powerful albums under The Rattlesnakes name. Quickly selling out venues across the country (UK) whilst building a solid reputation as one of the most energetic and exciting bands to destroy a stage in recent times.
Frank Carter's debut album Blossom was heavy, angry and full of melody. Every track a nightmare for his enemies but a passionate dance floor instigator for his followers.
We say, “his stage” because if you've ever watched him perform, you'll agree it is very much HIS stage.
We then saw a more developed sound from the band with their second LP, Modern Ruin which threw them into a bigger, better and more exposed spotlight.
Frank Carter - “When we went in to record the album, we wanted to really challenge ourselves, we had an opportunity to make something that was vastly different from blossom but we also don’t like to do things too easily”
Opening with a sinister psychedelic riff leading into a seriously funky bass groove. It’s instantly catchy.
Carter seems to have fine-tuned his vocal tone perfectly, one we first heard on Modern Ruin.
He’s become an artist in his own right and made a seriously credible name for himself thanks to his recent work under The Rattlesnakes name.
Spray Paint Love showcases the band's, now instantly recognisable, holistic mix of grungy guitar, echo fuzzed vocals & soulful chorus melodies.
It’s a heartfelt & hectic homage to Carter's recent battles & regular demons that actually seem to fuel his fire for great songwriting.
Bring on the new album!
Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes - Spray Paint Love
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