Groove rockers Slick Arnold are certainly in for a good year. The band just released their new single, and is it a banger. Driven by powerful guitar, smooth bass lines and big drums, frontman Jack Crawford takes advantage of the mood with his pitch perfect vocals – almost reminiscent of Jeff Buckley but with a bit more groove.
Whilst there is no official word that there will be an EP later this year, you can listen to some of their unreleased material at one of the many shows they have coming up. Catch Slick Arnold at their split release show with Tomorrow Rising at Punk Ass Kids on Wednesday August 19th. Take my word, you do not want to miss this show.
Listen to 'PV' here.
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