Song Review | "Body Song" - Bootleggers and Baptists

Song Review | "Body Song" - Bootleggers and Baptists
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Baltimore, Maryland rock band, Bootleggers and Baptists released their latest single, "Body Song" in July. The band shows classic rock and blues influences that they mix masterfully with a modern style of rock 'n' roll. The nearly 5-minute song starts with a funky bass line and introduces some groovy drumlines and guitar work. The vocals kick in adding even more melody to the track. The spoken/sung vocal technique that is used reminds us of bands like The White Stripes yet in a fresh way. The song's chorus is powerful and filled with dynamic guitar chords that complement the sound excellently.

"Body Song" leads into a soaring guitar solo that slows down into tremolo guitar picking, maracas, wah-wah guitar riffs and even adds in a flute, showing a diverse influence of genres and sounds that create a unique and symphonic atmosphere. The song leads into a final chorus that fades out the track after 4 and a half minutes of impressive instrumentals and a groove-heavy vibe. Fans of rock bands like Jimi Hendrix, Led Zeppelin, The White Stripes and more will highly enjoy Bootleggers and Baptists! You can stream their latest music now!

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