Do you long for classic rock as much as I do, and do you want a brand-new song with a tune that has been lost forever to reshape your life? The Freight's recently released, jam-packed rock and roll song, "See Ya," has you covered.
The guitar playing on See Ya is fiery and influential, while the drumming is quick and carries the melody really well. "See Ya" has everything you really want in a rock anthem. The delivery of the vocals exudes enthusiasm and force, and the new release is jam-packed with vivid colors, catchy melodies, and a ton of harmony. It is very vibrant and powerful, with heavy-handed drumming and guitars. It's got such a vintage rock vibe that transports us to the early 2000s, when the genre was at its height.
However, the main singer's extraordinary vocal range and the otherworldly, colorful, and energizing soundscapes they were producing are what really set this song apart. The tone is really energetic and has a distinct identity and personality. They definitely didn't skip a beat or rhythm, and they are engrossing and compelling. There wasn't a single aspect of his performance that I didn't like, and it really demonstrated how strong the band is musically and in terms of vocal delivery as well. The song is completely captivating, and you won't be able to get enough of its frantic tempo and rhythms.
The Stones, Zeppelin, The Cars, The Police, The Black Keys, and The Allman are just a few of the famous names The Freight draws inspiration from in their music, along with other legendary 80s and 90s bands. They have always received praise for their music; their first single, "Show Me," peaked at #1 on the Itunes Blues Chart, while their second track, "Fish & A Bike," peaked at #6.
The Freight are climbing to the top, and with every comeback, they demonstrate that they are at the pinnacle of their profession with the comebacks they provide every time. The Freight's "See Ya" is without a doubt one of the songs you should listen to.
Therefore, go to Spotify right away and give "See Ya" a listen and don't forget to follow The Freight on their social media accounts to constantly remain up to date with the band.