The third track to be released from Poor Frisco’s debut album, Sheep’s Clothing, ‘Weird In The Suburbs’ displays their confident ability to create a gritty and intense track, while maintaining an underlying guitar hook and steady vocals.
This style continues until around halfway through, where the intensity increases as the vocals are heightened and the music speeds faster towards the track’s close.
As the music heightens, vocalist Callum McSorely sings ‘’I don’t think I will find my piece of mind/ after all this time’’ displaying a depth of the lyrical content alongside the music’s alternating intensity.
‘Weird In The Suburbs’ is a tight and bold that will successfully stick in your memory.
Words: Orla Brady