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WhatevrMan The Hiddn

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM THE HIDDN – WHATEVRMAN

Brighton’s The Hiddn return with their brand new single bursting with acoustic flavours, Whatevrman.

The band is no stranger to blurring genres as previously heard on their last single, Egocide. However, Whatevrman is a juxtaposition in sound compared to their previous works. Blending grunge, folk, and punk, The Hiddn gives us the idea of what if Grunge had more fast acoustic songs.

It’s a firey and addictive piece with a high tempo that never lets the song falter. On top of this, the chorus is snappy and repetitive but in a good way. The fast guitars and drums hook you in like it’s the early 90s and MTV is putting on an Unplugged show.

Whatvrman is an interesting look into the band’s musical diversity on how they can easily switch from electric to acoustic. Whilst this track is less divisive than Egocide, It involves just as much energy. They’re also a band that will wear some influences on a sleeve, but pleasantly surprise you as they explore and perfect their sound.

Whilst I have said the track is less divisive and it’s certainly short, it doesn’t need anything more. It’s in your face and full of character. It’s a quaint little punk track that we need with a fresher sound.

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