I almost love capitalism. Without it, we wouldn’t get to indulge in cathartically angsty albums such as “Modern Day Slaves” from up and coming Rock artist L.A. Trip.
While each of the singles found on the band’s 2019 album will bring you a sure enough hit of emotive resonance combined with gasoline-soaked Rock, the best introduction to L.A. Trip’s additions to the airwaves is “Bleed Thru”.
The progressively mesmerising soundscape leaves plenty of room for intricate and immersive instrumental solos which leave you with no doubt over the talent possessed by L.A. Trip.
And it’s safe to say, you’d be hard-pressed to find a vocalist with more compellingly raw vocals in Rock right now. Unlike many contemporary Rock tracks, Bleed Thru unfolds as a gritty offering of frustrative introspective instead of polished, diluted platitudes.
You can check out L.A. Trip’s single Bleed Thru for yourselves by heading over to Spotify.
Review by Amelia Vandergast