Single Review: Arson Whales - Scene Four (2021)

Picture Credit: Linda Brancato


 Arson Whales - Scene Four
Release Date: September 24, 2021
Length: 03:03
Genre: Post Punk / Indie Rock
Origin: Sacramento, CA, USA

'Scene Four' is the second single by Sacramento's newformed band Arson Whales. In February 2021, the band debuted with the lockdown- and COVID-single 'New Isolation'. About half a year later, the sophomore release 'Scene Four' deals with structural and institutional misogyny in our society. The band is currently working on an EP that can be expected around the first quarter of the year 2022, and in the third quarter of 2022, an album shall follow.


The inconvenient reality about exploitation and degradation of non-male people is wrapped up in gloomy but energetic Post Punk with a dynamic Indie note. Ben Jackson on drums provides a gentle but energy-loaded movement together with Brad Penner on bass who adds a warm and sonorous impact to this sonic scaffolding. The guitars played by Joe Kimberlin and Kevin O'Shaughnessy beautifully harmonizes with Linda Brancato's baritone guitar. And on top of it all, the vocals by Linda Brancato form an impressive dark harmony with this gorgeous monster of rhythm and sonic interaction.

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