An Orange Conspiracy [unedited] Music Review

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The Scottish Rockers, An Orange Conspiracy, have recently released their stand out single, ‘Feelin Fine’.  Taken from their impressive debut EP, AOC, the track, deftly created by this band of brothers, is one to take notice of certainly.

Ricki, Leo and Casey Galea, who make up AOC, debuted their EP in late 2018, a year that was full of breakthroughs for the brothers three.  This single is the first release from that stunning new EP. With intense energy at their sell-out shows and loving, generous support and endorsements, this band are an easy favourite so this new single, ‘Feelin Fine’ will be no different than all of their previous material.  The brothers find inspiration from bands like Nirvana, The Black Keys and even a bit of Led Zeppelin to name but a few.  However, An Orange Conspiracy create their own sound particular to themselves, with only a nod to their influences.  Their music drifts easily between grunge, blues and even hints at psychedelica. 

“It Is Hard To Forgive This Band For Creating Such An Infectious Catchy Track”


‘Feelin Fine’ relays critical lyrics on modern life, delivered through infectiously catchy melodies with grit and evocative passion.  With stratified sounds of riffy, bluesy guitars, a bass line driven straight through it, and a backing drum beat that anchors the track between laid back and energetic, this song is going to be solid favourite with anyone who loves a strong guitar sound.    

The band will be on tour in the UK in February so be sure to catch them and the clever new single, they are definitely ones not to miss! 

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