Houston band Jody Seabody and the Whirls take it back to old school punk rock with their latest single, which is off their upcoming third album Hawksamillion. “Grenade Green” is a long track, tapering off at six and a half minutes. And majority of it is high intensity — it’s loud and jarring and absolutely mind-boggling. The lyrics are screamed rather than sung, giving it the true angry garage rock feel. This is the kind of music that is easily forgotten in this day and age, but JS&TW manages to embody the genre and turn it into a stand-out track.
At around the 4 minute mark, the song does a complete 180. The rock vibe is still there, but it’s slower and more mysterious. There are no lyrics, no screaming. Just the instrumental. The shift is surprising, yet welcome. It allows the anger from before to dissipate and turn into Led Zeppelin-esque classic rock and roll. This song seems to capture the ever-changing emotions of rock music in such a way that shows how this is a band that does not stay in one place.

Be sure to listen to their newest album, due out on August 24, and check them out on their upcoming tour. Keep up with the band here.
Karina Marquez

Karina Marquez

Writer at Imperfect Fifth
Karina is a recent graduate of University of Missouri with a BA in Communication, English, and Psychology. She is currently working as a writer/contributor at Imperfect Fifth. In her free time, she travels, watches old sitcoms, and tries her best.
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