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SINGLE REVIEW: Boomerang by S3 Saba brothers

S3 Saba brothers return to the fold releasing a progressively edgy rock track comparatively to their previous releases. Boomerang the first single to come from the Sydney based trio since the release of Smile, and is the debut single off their 2nd E.P due for release later this year. No strangers to the industry the guys tirelessly record, gig and promote their music constantly and have a growing number of fans especially in the Sydney community. A huge amount of commercial success has exposed them to a wider audience nation wide. Boomerang begins with a fully fledged intro that will appeal to the majority of rock lovers out there. Chilling into a more hybrid pop vibe in the verses the brothers show off their diversity and strengths. The band have certainly grown in the way of production as well, bringing out the grittier side of their once known pop image.

Every moment captured, the rawness, the organic nature but there’s a hint of something else, which emphasises the pop characteristics without sacrificing the energy or any of the band’s signature sounds that we’ve come to love.

The production itself is a more guitar orientated play on contemporary pop, which although is not new to the industry but has definitely been lacking the forefront appearance it deserves.

The boys once again pull on moral heartstrings, exploring the idea of what comes around goes around, which seems to be a topic we can all relate to.

The track overall is a great opener for S3’s upcoming E.P and I for one are hanging to hear what’s next from the boys in Oz.

Boomerang is available from June 7th at all participating online stores. Check out S3 Saba Brothers online here: www.facebook.com/s3sababrothers www.s3sababrothers.com

About RJ Frometa

Head Honcho, Editor in Chief and writer here on VENTS. I don't like walking on the beach, but I love playing the guitar and geeking out about music. I am also a movie maniac and 6 hours sleeper.

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