Surrounding chaos, thumping swirls of bass and hideous thoughts of consciousness, KID BRUNSWICK blows up in the best way possible with his sophomore album,The Feel.
STOP FOCUSING ON NEGATIVE THINGS.
Taking respiratory aid with Kenny Hoopla, Dead Poet Society and POORSTACY, KID BRUNSWICK is the next listing in the rock charter to coast with angry electronica, ominous transparency and a defying character of mixing up the genre of rock into an eclipse of everything else.
4am, Prescription Kid and Bipolar Rhapsody are among the favourites to bring this new young talent into the punk lore of sharing the surrounding chaos of our lifestyle choices. Posing as all-nighter anthems, it tackles negativity, alcoholism and vulnerability, with the cacophony of music fanatics making comparisons to Yungblud. It’s uncanny when you hear their voices alongside one another – angsty, accentuated and embellished.
Merely a few songs deep in his album, Bipolar Rhapsody tops the lot for me with its explosive end-quarter with self-titled and self-proclaimed The Feel bringing in the polar opposite of extent this new project brings to KID BRUNSWICK’s range of work.