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Them Evils

Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight?
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Them Evils recently returned with "Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight?" – a single that shows a more mature iteration of the band while still drawing heavily from their core sound of a classic/roots rock band. The new single is their most accessible song to date with a catchy chorus. Producer Jim Kaufman does a good job letting the band rock out while giving their production a very slight pop nod.

On top of the production, Them Evils is just a good band. Frontman Jordan Griffin does a great job fronting the band and his ability to sing with attitude is what really sells the song here. The lyrics on the band’s new single aren't edgy or raunchy, but they're still a throwback to the party side of rock 'n' roll - that's the best way to talk about the new single from Them Evils - it's a rock 'n' roll song.

Them Evils sets themselves up nicely for whatever new music they're going to release next or whenever they plan on hopping on a tour. Bottom line, this is a nice building block song for them. It's something to build on and grow from. Whatever they come up with next, if it has any of the same leanings as this song, it should be good.






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Them Evils recently returned with "Where Ya Gonna Crash Tonight?" – a single that shows a more mature iteration of the band while still drawing heavily from their core sound of a classic/roots rock band. The new single is their most accessible song to date with a catchy chorus. Producer Jim Kaufman does a good job letting the band rock out while giving their production a very slight pop nod.

On top of the production, Them Evils is just a good band. Frontman Jordan Griffin does a great job fronting the band and his ability to sing with attitude is what really sells the song here. The lyrics on the band’s new single aren't edgy or raunchy, but they're still a throwback to the party side of rock 'n' roll - that's the best way to talk about the new single from Them Evils - it's a rock 'n' roll song.

Them Evils sets themselves up nicely for whatever new music they're going to release next or whenever they plan on hopping on a tour. Bottom line, this is a nice building block song for them. It's something to build on and grow from. Whatever they come up with next, if it has any of the same leanings as this song, it should be good.



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