Indie foursome, Ambassadors of Morocco, have this month unleashed their take on the ever popular genre with their debut single Wikipedia and the single is a fantastic introduction for the rising band who are preparing for the release of the tracks parent record over the coming months.
Wikipedia is a song that is jam packed with crashing guitar riffs and lead vocalist Beni’s wailing voice that sits effortlessly over the tracks driving drums rolls. Its chorus, quick paced and falsetto heavy, is complimented by its surrounding and equally catchy verses that are spat out with upbeat power making the song a memorable debut for the indie lads.
The track is a meaty piece of indie and grunge coated power pop that has allowed the boys to showcase their talents having numerous sell out shows across the UK over the past few months.
The foursome, who take their name from the Victorian slang for a shoemaker, hail from the streets of London and have already clasped a worldwide audience thanks to infectious musical offerings like Wikipedia. Ambassadors of Morocco will no doubt be a band we will be hearing a lot more from in 2011.
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