WMMR Debuts The Struts’ New Track ‘Too Good at Raising Hell’
WMMR debuted The Struts’ new track, “Too Good at Raising Hell” on Friday, June 30th.
The Struts are strolling into their new era of music with a surging, sexy, and swaggering summer-ready anthem that aims to flip rock-n-roll on its head. With a driving chorus and climbing guitars, the band offers up cheeky-yet-surprisingly-introspective lyrics. It features lines like: “Sex so good make the neighbors smoke a cigarette / But I’m still bored to death.” It’s the perfect introduction to a newly perfected sound brimming with riotous, arena-ready tracks.
It’s been nearly a decade since The Struts erupted onto the music scene with their behemoth anthem, “Could’ve Been Me.” Lead vocalist Luke Spiller, guitarist Adam Slack, bassist Jed Elliott, and drummer Gethin Davies have continued to prove themselves worthy of great rock distinction since first coming together back in 2012. The Struts have turned their gaze toward making music that embodies the raw, raucous nature of their live shows, fusing their arena-size energy into their most honest, consistent, and exciting songs to date.
Listen for The Struts’ new track, “Too Good at Raising Hell” on WMMR, and if you missed Jacky Bam Bam’s debut today, you can stream it below.