Bad Wolf – Too Much Too Young

Bad Wolf - Too Much Too Young

Coming exactly six months after Bad Wolf‘s debut(AA-side) single, Addiction to Fiction/Hot Lunch, Too Much Too Young is a more than worthy follow-up. Although unable to match Addiction to Fiction or Hot Lunch for sheer energy, Too Much Too Young more than holds its own. With a style that reminds me of an intriguing combination of The Hush Sound, Los Campesinos!(only a bit) and Muse, this song is quickly becoming an integral part of my iTunes listening.

Harris’ voice provides a perfect companion to the infectious melodies, lending a sense of sincerity to the lyrics ensuring that this song doesn’t feel like just another song being churned out to cash in on the fans. Now don’t get me wrong I am not saying don’t buy this… on the contrary I would say that if you like a bit of feeling in your music rather than just ‘this’ll do’, this is a must-have addition to your library. If what I say isn’t quite doing it for you, let me put it this way – a friend of mine, who we shall name Charlotte, listened to it just once and said “its good… it’s definitely already stuck in my head”. Enough said I think.

Now onto the B-Sides…

A Thousand Myths – Now you wouldn’t expect this song after having listened to the A side. Much more upbeat and much closer to Hot Lunch in sound. I wouldn’t have been surprised to see this song as an A side on a single all of its own as I think it is that good.

Who’s Got Your Back – This song is very similar to some lighter Avenged Sevenfold songs, such as Afterlife, and with this I mindI have to say that I feel that this single provides us with a great range of what this trio are aiming to show us in their music.

I can’t wait for the next offering in about six months?

Bad Wolf’s Too Much Too Young can be found on iTunes and Amazon

Published by Francesca Baker

Passionate about music, the world, exploring, literature and smiling. Writing, marketing and events for all my favourite things.

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