Single Review: Franky’s Evil Party – Dolph Lundgren

Franky's Evil Party 'Dolph Lundgren' Album Artwork

Franky’s Evil Party are a five piece dance/punk outfit from Dumfries made up of Josh Kirk on Vocals, Tam Skoosh on Guitar, Meg Dickinson-Hood on Guitar, Jordan Bigham on Bass and Max Thompson on Drums. Today I’ll be reviewing their debut single ‘Dolph Lundgren’.

‘Dolph Lundgren’ has a nice build to open with and some rolling drums that get things going, it paces itself really well, just subtly building. It really does get going though, like someone just let it go a little bit crazy. I like this track, it’s a little surreal and it’s certainly a track I suggest you just kind of experience a few times but it’s well worth listening to.  

So that’s what I thought of Franky’s Evil Party’s debut Single ‘Dolph Lundgren’ and if you want to check out the track yourself then visit their bandcamp. And follow Franky’s Evil Party on Facebook and Twitter to keep up to date with the band.


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