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Blood People – Shapeshifter: Female-Fronted Pop Punk isn’t Dead

By the sounds of Blood People’s latest single Shapeshifter Pop Punk Riot Grrrl has made a come back with a fiercer bite than ever. The female vocals carry an undeniable reminiscence to Brody Dalle and Courtney Love, yet the punchy, angular instrumental melodies carry all of the bouncing hype of bands such as the Offspring and Rancid.

In short, every second of the angsty progression won’t fail to leave you in a state of empowered euphoria as you listen to the aggression spill from the vocalist’s gutturally raw style. There’s a fabulous drawl to the vocals as lyrics weave into the amplified sound. I can only imagine what Blood People could bring to their live performances. Even though Blood People carry a lot of essence from time’s past, they’re undeniably one of the most conceptually pioneering acts to be gracing Chicago with their aural wrath.

You can check out Blood People’s latest single Shapeshifter for yourselves by heading over to their website.

Review by Amelia Vandergast

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