Super73 nail alternative rock with ‘Let It Go’

On their single “Let It Go,” Super73 have hit the alternative-rock nail squarely upon its head.

Chunky guitars abound in its radio-ready mix, along with emotion-packed vocals and some screaming, searing solos.   I’m not entirely sure what the song is about, but the song’s a great listen; that’s really all that’s important.

In terms of influences, it’s hard not to hear similarities to early nineties alternative bands like Nirvana and Radiohead.  And amazingly the band — who hail from central England — have only been at it for about six months.  They’ve got quite the head start, it seems.

Rating: 3.5 out of 5


Author: Ryan King

Ryan King began covering music in 2004 for the Arrow, the student newspaper at Southeast Missouri State University, eventually becoming Managing Editor at that publication. He is also the former Music Editor for OFF! Magazine, an alternative publication published by the Southeast Missourian. Ryan began writing for The Music Universe when launched, but has stepped away to focus on law. He may appear from time to time for reviews.

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