Missicks releases their second single “A Coffee with the Devil”
With influences from modern rock and stoner rock, the song is part of the band’s first EP
In November 2021, lovers of modern rock can count on another release from the band Missicks. The song “A Coffee with the Devil”, which explains the step by step of a toxic relationship, is already available on the main streaming platforms and is part of the band’s first EP, scheduled to debut in 2022.
This is a situation that may even seem familiar to anyone reading: a relationship that had a deceptively promising beginning, was a roller coaster of problems, and reached the ruins of coexistence. “A Coffee with the Devil” portrays the course of the protagonist’s abusive relationship until it comes to an end, when he finds himself sharing his life with the devil himself.
As in the recently released song, Missicks promises to offer the audience lyrics full of plot and attitude, as well as involving listeners in a style that pulls rock nuances. The band from Brazil had already released their first single, “Lust River”, on Valentine’s Day 2021, delivering a slow and sexy blues song about a fervent carnal crush on someone. The two songs are part of the band’s first EP, which will be released in early 2022.
Created in 2017, the band is formed by Willian Julius (guitar and vocals), Gael Ritt (drums and vocals), Jardel Lima (guitar and vocals) and Lucas Zuck (bass). In the repertoire of influence, Queens of the Stone Age, Royal Blood, Muse, Foo Fighters and Two Feet are big names.
The name Missicks came about after identifying with the characters Meeseeks, from the science fiction animation Rick and Morty. They were summoned to the world to fulfill a mission, facing whatever it takes to accomplish it. This is one of the band’s philosophies but directed towards music: a relentless pursuit of compositions that bring questions and experiences from reality.
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