The Single Sessions – Man Of Chaos, Flight Attendant

Welcome to the feature where we look at new singles coming onto the music scene. We look at the brand new single by Nashville Rock quintet Flight Attendant – Man of Chaos.

A good heavy bass line guitar always makes a great introduction to the song and this is no different. This single Man of Chaos starts with a heavy guitar that is broken up with a riff ever so often to produce this really addictive beat that is infectious throughout the song.

The single has a really good tempo and works really well with the lyrics, and it really stands out from your average rock style song that is available at the moment. To me the part that stands out the most is the musical interlude between the verses. It intertwines string instruments such as the violin through the guitar riffs. It’s creates this really engaging sound that sort of has a hint of Country genre and brings this single to a whole different level.

There is a musical interlude near the end where the strings are played in a really short strong vibrant way that some would say metaphorically violent way to create drama and it really works when the chorus comes back in over the guitar. You tend to notice it more because of the interludes and the power that they bring to this song. If this is one of the first singles from this band, I’m excited to see what they are going to produce later on in their career. Keep the song. I listen if you like rock and what something a bit different in your life.

Listen to If you like: Queens of the Stone Age, Foals, White Stripes The Darkness, Jet

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