JOE’s Song Of The Day #879 – Myth ‘Oh, La’ 1 month ago

JOE’s Song Of The Day #879 – Myth ‘Oh, La’

The brand new single from Dublin four-piece Myth.

Since releasing their debut single back in 2017, alternative rock band Myth have built up a loyal and ever-growing fanbase.


Playing sold-out shows in venues such as the Workman;s Club and Underground, it's plain to see that Myth are indeed, the real deal.

They draw their inspiration from artists of all genres and this can be heard within their sound, which is a mixture of Jefferson Airplane, The Cranberries, Fleetwood Mac and Paramore.

Their brand new offering, called 'Oh, La', is further evidence that this is a band on the ascent.

The brooding, haunting vocals of Alex Webb are ably supplemented by a thundering bass line and some really top-notch grungy axe-monstering by the rest of the band. There's even time for a violin interlude and we are very okay with that.

At just over three minutes in length, it's the perfect synopsis of the band and gives you an idea of what they're about.

Clip via Myth - Topic


You can check out more about the band online and on social via the channels below.

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