Experimenting with versatile sonic elements, the folk-punk band Black TarPoon offers their impeccable creativity through their new track ‘Somebody’s Watching Me’.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- Corpus Christi, Jun 23, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – The genre of folk punk has ones again emerged into the mainstream and underground scene with the assistance of different talented artists and enthusiasts of the genre. Determined to bring back the lost glory of the genre, popular hillbilly punk band Black TarPoon presents their unique fusion of delightful folk music and punk rock groove with a hint of Texas country and delta blues.
Their latest track ‘Somebody’s Watching Me‘ is most arguably their finest creation due to its complex rhythmic cadence achieved through the blissful union between the sinfully syncopated chord arrangements and steady harmonic progression. The intense guitar riffs and pummeling drum beats bonded with the raging vocal dexterity makes the song much more appealing to any kind of listener portraying his genius artistry. Growing up listening to diverse musical genres, their songs exhibit a one of a kind versatile majesty that brings the number to its dynamic high.
The Texas-based folk punk band Black TarPoon has been inspired by musicians like Johnny Cash, The Misfits, The Goddamn Gallows, Jayke Orvis, Filthy Still, and Hank 111. Their newest track ‘Somebody’s Watching Me’ portrays their distinctive horror hillbilly sound through the thematic melodic pattern incorporated with compelling instrumentation. Their other compositions like ‘He Sleeps with the Fishes’, ‘Ghost on the Highway’, ‘Swing’, and ‘Bullets… My Only Weakness’, exude an incredible charm through the eloquence of their lyrical illustration with a hint of zest. Watch out for their upcoming EP coming out on Dead Guy Records (The Thad EP) and follow them on Spotify, Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Just go for this track ‘Somebody’s Watching Me’ by Black TarPoon :
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