Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard Return with New Single ‘Therapy’.
Whether you’re down in the dumps, on your deathbed, or in dire need of getting something off your chest, there’s no denying we could all do with a little dose of therapy at some point. A cry for help – in the form of an 80’s slasher flick theme tune – you can always count on Cardiff four-piece, Buzzard Buzzard Buzzard, to lighten the mood with their latest single.
A sonification of Looney Tunes’ Tasmanian Devil, strutting riffs and strident guitars career at relentless pace. Prepare to have your senses fried by lashings of fuzz-tinged production. Matched with galvanising frontman Tom Rees’ playful lyrics, the track will have you banging down the door of your local psychiatric ward with glee. Play ‘An American Werewolf in London’ on mute in the background, and you’ll have the perfect setting for a devilishly therapeutic night in.
On the track, Rees explains: “I wrote ‘Therapy’ after I had my head squeezed like a giant cyst and years and years of backlogged pus just started oozing out (“my father” this and “my mother” that). I was so impressed by how great I felt that I became a massive nuisance to everyone around me, telling them they need to go to therapy – big “a person you kind of know telling you that you NEED to watch Breaking Bad” vibes – so this song was really an extension of that.”
Whether you do or don’t need a moment of TLC, ‘Therapy’ heralds the dawn of a new sound from the glam-rockers, ferociously demanding our attention.
Photo by Charlie Harris
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