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  • Writer's pictureCharlotte Bromley

The unmistakable force of Sir Mango comes through in new grunge infused track 'Dry Spell'

Chicago four-piece Sir Mango are back with their new single 'Dry Spell'. With a 90s-grunge appeal and a surf-rock vocal line, the new track has an infectious and propulsive energy.

The headbanging track is reminiscent of desert-rock group Queens of the Stoneage mixed in with a bit of the alternative sound of Frank Black. If you're a fan of the 90s rock scene then you'll be happy to hear Sir Mango reviving its sounds in this new offering.

“It’s a fast-paced, nonstop, spur of the moment song that bursts out of the gates and doesn't slow down. With it's minimalistic lyrics and simple structure it's a very fun song to rock to on repeat.” Sir Mango share

Check out 'Dry Spell' here


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