Thunderbird – “s/t” Review

by | Oct 8, 2013 | Indie Rock, Reviews

“One-man band crafts LP like Cage the Elephant’s garage tunes”

This album is going to make it a long way, especially with these tracks sounding the way they do. The songs are versatile, featuring multiple sounds and layers. Why is this so interesting? Thunderbird is a one-man band!

Jonathan Vance began Thunderbird about a year ago and has been producing music ever since. Thunderbird is his first full-length album, and it’s not something to be missed. It’s a messy rock sound that features some fantastic guitar and drums and appeals to anyone who likes Cage the Elephant or remembers the good ol’ days of bands rocking out in their garage. It’s a fun album that was put out in time for the warmer months ahead and sets the perfect tone for anybody looking to jam with their own bands this summer.

Thunderbird is abrasive, loud, and gets you in the mood to party and jam in the heat. Don’t pass up this album, and if you’re in the Southern states this summer, look out for Jonathan Vance, currently on tour.

Atlanta, GA
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