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Kilgour – Feel the Weight (single review)

The soundtrack to your commute just dropped. Kilgour’s latest single, ‘Feel The Weight’, mixes lyrics revolving around the despondency and repetitiveness of modern life with catchy, wobbly guitar riffs and self-described ‘grumpy rock’ vocals.

A string of anthemic choruses lead into a melodic guitar solo in the bridge, accompanied by haunting backing vocals. It feels angsty and frustrated – it’s how I feel getting the bus to work every day – and moreover, it’s catchy, it’s relatable, and it bops.

‘Feel The Weight’ is out now

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