In August of 2017, we stumbled across Chicago’s midwest-indie-power-pop bunch, Too Much Saturn, and their cathartic, 90’s-style single, AfterGlo, which was followed later by their anthemic ode to middle-age, the surf-style-rocker, Oh No Uh Oh.
Returning once more with Chris Cerasoli (vocals, keyboards), Mark Hoffmann (guitars, vocals), Guy Sheldon (bass, vocals), and Dave Franco (drums, percussion), the fellas have unapologetically continued to make their brand of upbeat, hook-laden, pop-rock with their latest single, Blame Game.
Once again, feeling like some nostalgic blast straight out of the 90’s, layers of good-old-fashioned electric guitars and synth unite with Franco’s notable percussive skill, and a relatable story of love lost over too many wounds…
“Now you look me in the eye
You want bygones to go by
Still you look away
Falling back on everything we know
But it can only sink so low
Before it floats away…”
All in all, the track delivers on this group’s uncomplicated brand of rock’n’roll; reminding all of us who still can and/or care to remember, that skilled musicianship is still king—just as it always has been.
Huey Lewis and the News meets Collective Soul…
BELOW: Listen to Too Much Saturn’s new single, Blame Game, and connect with their website and social media platforms. Please support Too Much Saturn by visiting them online, and playing, downloading, and/or purchasing their music, or attending a live show! And, as always, thank you for supporting real music!