Photo by Ebru Yildiz
Guerilla Toss have always been one of the more interesting bands we've covered. Back when I first discovered them opening for Mission of Burma in 2015 they were more of a guitar noise band, and since they've evolved to more of an electronic noise band. The band introduced multiple songs as "party songs" back at that live show, which seems to be the thread that unites their entire catalog.
The latest from Guerilla Toss seems to unite both sides of the band. "Cannibal Capital" opens more as a guitar driven noise rock song, but quickly changes to one of the most oddball dance jams you've ever heard. It keeps some of the more guitar rock elements throughout, but this is distinctly a dance song, albeit not like anything you think of when you think of dance music. For a band that has always been playing "party songs," this is the most party we've ever seen them.
You can watch the video for "Cannibal Capital" below. Famously Alive is due out March 25 on Sub Pop Records, and can be pre-ordered/pre-saved here. For more on Guerilla Toss, check out the band's website.