Motherhood are a dream to follow, their sound is obvious and entirely listenable. Latest single “Save Me” is arguably their best produced track to date.
It is all too easy to compare Motherhood to acts such as the 1975, they themselves instead have far more profound talents which are obvious through their relatively small back catalogue. “Save Me” has an obviously memorable chorus which is suited only to the larger stages and memorable festival sing alongs. Premiering via Clash Magazine, the track is already gaining acclamation throughout online industry.
Motherhood hail originally from Liverpool, arguably one of the most famous UK music cities. Their debut release “You Can Be Lonely If You Want” came as a strong sign of intent. Both fast paced and melodic it encapsulates the spirit of youthfulness and has grown into somewhat of a fan favourite. With a social media presence to die for, Motherhood have a branding in which no other new band can compete with.
“Danceable, groovy and energetic”
With a heavenly chorus and lowered tones throughout, “Save Me” displays all the elements of the perfect pop track. Danceable, groovy and energetic, the track is both profound and evident of Motherhood’s massive potential. Mixing strong, obvious effects and a back beat to die for, the Liverpool band’s latest single should be a part of any summertime playlist.
Motherhood are destined to greater things. 2017 acts somewhat as a breakthrough year, with releases and touring commitments becoming all the more regular. Their London debut at Abbie McCathy’s Good Karma Club may be described as a historic night in years to come. Playing alongside 485C and The Blinders, its clear that there was an otherworldly amount of potential on show that night.
Motherhood are going from strength to strength. With more touring and releases planned, we are sure that the Liverpool based band will be ever present throughout the industry in many years to come.
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