Manchester Quintet Drop New Track ‘Wash’
By now, 2019 is in full swing, very much like Manchester-born band Freeda who are onto their third single of the year. ‘Wash’ is their latest release, and the third single is taken from Freeda’s upcoming EP. The five-piece Indie rock band played a sold-out show at Manchester Academy 2 earlier in the year, alongside playing on the stages of plenty of festivals in the summer.
‘Wash’ is a high energy tune that showcases the high standards set by this band. Beginning with slow-paced dreamy guitar riffs dripping with reverb, the track kicks off once the chorus hits in and each element brings its own sound to the table. Non-stop guitar riffs can be heard, pushing the song forward and filling any calmer spaces. A sharp drum beat keeps the strong rhythm together and gives Freeda their indie-rock label which is made up of catchy choruses and dynamic instruments. The chorus is lively enough to get anyone up on the tables dancing, which is only heightened by the lyrics and talented singing from frontman Sean Rowles. His effortless singing can be heard in a short but sweet acapella part in the middle, showing off the clarity of his vocals. ‘What you gonna say when it all comes out in the wash’ hints at a relationship made up of lies and deception as the band tackle tricky business with a cheery, light-hearted track.
Freeda prove they are a band to watch out for as they return with their latest track ‘Wash’.
A teen with a major love for all things music. I’m in an unhealthy relationship with my guitar which sometimes leads to me being the one on the stage… oh, and I love a good sing-a-long to anything, but The Wombats and Catfish and the Bottlemen will always have a special place in my heart.