Monday, October 18, 2021

Kubra Commander releases hypnotic single 'I've Seen the Heathens Cry'

Photo courtesy of Perci Mansueto/Kubra Commader under Lilystar Records

HOMEGROWN band Kubra Commander has released their much-anticipated single, "I've Seen the Heathens Cry," on all streaming platforms Friday, September 24, 2021.

The band, which is under Lilystar Records, is composed of Bobbi Olvido (lead vocal/songwriter), Lynel Sucalit (synths), Joko Nozawa (guitar), Jah Acab (bass) and Tim Williams (drums).

"I've Seen the Heathens Cry" is 6 minutes and 9 seconds of pure hypnosis, taking its listeners to another state of mind with its infectious melody and harmonies.

The psychedelic-rock track has a trance-like vocal delivery from Olvido, which fans of Tame Impala or The Stone Roses would find joy with.

Kubra Commander also released the track "Garden Bistro" last April 9, heavily inspired by the Manchester Sound of the late 80s that carried on through the 90s.

Listen to Kubra Commander's latest single below:

Other essential Kubra Commander tracks you need to listen to:


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