SINGLE REVIEW: All My Friends Live) Underground by Lord Sonny the Unifer

Thank goodness for Punk Rock!! We are so happy to have this new Psychedelic Punk Rock single from Lord Sonny the Unifier – he brings exactly what you would expect out of him since his debut album a year ago. His first single coming out of his album is called “(All My Friend Live) Underground” and damn, we’re so happy to be able to get music like this because the underground brings forth the best there is. 

Let’s get down to it – the freaking guitar skills he displays is astronomical and very intricate, bringing the hard grunge but the essence of 90’s sound. Let’s dive into the vocals; he’s astringent and hard-nosed in his vocals. We find ourselves just gritting with our teeth because we feel the angst that punk once brought back in the 70’s and what grunge did in the 90’s. The year is 2020 and what a perfect time for gritty punk to make a comeback for many of us who are angry and frustrated, we’re currently underground.

Let Lord Sonny the Unifier tell you himself:

(All My Friends Live) Underground is a song about iconoclasts and outsiders who find their group of freaks, or Tribe in the shadows and underbelly, outside the conventions of  society. It’s a calling to join us and leave behind  what society has embraced as the norms and the acceptable, the well trod path above. Leave the trivialities being thrust upon us since birth and join our Tribe and rediscover there the truths that will enrich you and not those who suck your energy in order to enrich themselves. 

With all the bad, energy-sucking news we constantly hear, it’s time to go toward the calling and join all of our friends who are underground. 

If you need a call to action, listen to “(All My Friends Live) Underground” by Lord Sonny the Unifier and take this world by storm. 

LISTEN HERE

by Javier Zepeda

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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