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Boomerang – The Amniotics

Punky Perfection

“Boomerang” by the 4 piece punk band from Dublin, Ireland, The Amniotics, is a track that grabs your attention from the very first note. The energy is raw and unbridled, with a driving beat and distorted guitars that create a frenzied atmosphere. The lyrics are engaging, with an element of satire in the line “His girlfriend goes to NCAD,” which adds a touch of humor to the song.

The lyrics match the energy of the track perfectly, with excellent punky delivery that adds to the overall impact of the song. Each verse is punk – tuated by a guitar line that adds a sense of urgency and intensity to the track. The instrumentation is class, with each member of The Amniotics playing their part to create a cohesive and powerful sound.

The production is good and clear, with each instrument and voice being heard in the mix. The vocals by Rebecca Walsh and the band are raw and passionate, adding to the overall energy and vibe of the song. The guitar tone is gritty and aggressive as all Punk should be and features a distinct raspy tone that cuts through the mix. 

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Boomerang – The Amniotics

Overall, “Boomerang” is an excellent example of punk music done right, and The Amniotics are a band to watch out for. The lyrics are engaging and humorous, the energy is raw and unbridled, and the instrumentation is class. This is a song that demands to be heard, and it’s clear that The Amniotics have a bright future ahead of them in the punk music scene.

Keep up to date with The Amniotics here: Instagram

Review written by Robert Byrne @robvoidrob

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