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Posted March 28, 2018 by Mike Mineo in Rock
 
 

King Eddie – “Enter the Man”


“Enter the Man” is a new track from Denver artist King Eddie, who describes the pulsating psych-tinged rocker as “a psychedelic drama based on the real story of my father’s life saving liver transplant and explores the duality of life and death, condemnation and re-birth.” Quivering vocals combine with a mixture of guitars and bouncy, warped keys to kick things off, leading into some fun guitar fuzz and key-laden arpeggios around the one-minute mark. The stylistic direction reminds fondly of Blur, while the soaring vocals during the hook also have a likeness to Beck’s more emotive moments. “Enter the Man” is a melodically addictive and aesthetically accomplished effort from King Eddie.

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