Half Canadian, half American, the band Swilly is bringing their brand of hard-hitting, unapologetic music to the modern rock scene. Composed of Steven Williams, Kevin Campbell, Doug Adair, Carl Holz, Jason Long, and Tammy Throneberry, the group has released multiple full-length albums and singles since its debut in 2017. This year, the band is back with their latest single, a high octane, electric track called Full of Sin.
The band’s Nickleback and Theory of a Deadman influences are on display from the top of Full of Sin, complete with tight, melodic guitar riffs and growling vocals. The track has a great overall build, working up to an explosive chorus that’s full of rich vocal harmonies and plenty of devil-may-care attitude.
The guitar solo at 1:13 has a great tone, simultaneously edgy and spacey in the first half, followed up by a classic showing of top-tier shredding chops that are an absolute highlight of the track (and we’re lucky enough to get a second taste at 2:34). Top it all off with a driving drum beat and an endlessly catchy chorus that will be stuck in your head long after the track has ended, and it’s no wonder this track has already racked up thousands of streams on Spotify alone.
Swilly is the triple threat: great songwriting, quality production, and high-level performances from every band member that tie it all together. For those who enjoy early 2000’s era rock with plenty of bite, Full of Sin will be right up your alley.
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