While one aspect of popular music gravitates towards over-complication, grandiloquent productions and loads and loads of exaggerating sound effects, most people seem to be ignoring that other inclination youth has, which is going back to basics and stripping rock 'n' roll music to its bare bones.
Brighton's Atlas Wynd is one of those two-piece guitar-vs-drums type of rockers who have already excited some attention with the sole track they released last year. Their new track, Mona Lisa, is only their second ever song to be published, and it's a wild and explosive number, featuring an enormous sounding production, and the duo's members Peter Chapman (vocals/guitar) and Harry Sotnick (drums) on taking a crack on their best behavior and fiery musicianship.
Best heard loud. Listen below...