Feral blues-punk outfit, MOTHER VULTURE are fresh off the back of a raging UK summer festival run, with appearances at ArcTangent, Bloodstock, Leopalooza and Steelhouse turning heads and sparking conversations. The next question on everybody’s lips after “Who the f**k are these nutjobs!?” is “Where can I hear more?” and you don’t have to look far with a new track, Homemaker, arriving today from the Bristol four piece.
The band tell us, “Homemaker is a plain and simple love song about the people in our lives that make four walls a home”, but one that comes woven with pulsating, cascading, downtuned stoner rock riffs and a chorus so fat it threatens to suck you under with the weight of its gravity. A catchy, hectic anthem for punks, metalheads and rockers alike, Homemaker’s fuzzy halftime grooves are reminiscent of Tigercub or QOTSA, pitted against raucous angular riffage and a four on the floor groove that Andrew WK would be proud of.
Homemaker is the 3rd track unleashed from the quartet’s freshly announced and long awaited debut album, Mother Knows Best which is now available to preorder on CD or Vinyl HERE.