French music blog RadioCastor has shared the Push Puppets new epic rock anthem “Obvious” with their audience. Here is a translation:
Indie pop/rock band Push Puppets, from Palatine, Illinois, released a new album entitled “Allegory Grey” on September 30, and presents in particular track number 4, “Obvious”.
The ensemble creates songs with silky melodies and brilliant production that belie the often bittersweet sentiments in the writing of singer/songwriter/guitarist Erich Specht.
Specht’s vocal and songwriting style has been compared to Elvis Costello or Wilco. His layered guitars and memorable guitar solos are reminiscent of Elliot Easton of The Cars or Brian May of Queen.
With a rhythm section consisting of drummer Greg Essig, bassist John William Lauler and keyboardist Kyle Magnusson, Push Puppets create inventive pop/rock that takes the listener to unexpected places.
“Obvious” is an alternative rock song that takes the listener to many places as it tells the story of Karma, who blew up my house and ran me off the road. There’s never a dull moment in this song – whether it’s the epic Weezer-style chorus, the guitar solo, or the big bridge reminiscent of Oasis.
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