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Single Reviews: Where’s Strutter and Wanderer

Where’s Strutter are a 4 piece rock band from Manchester who are on the up, they have supported a host of top bands including acts such as The View and have shared a stage with Pete Doherty. Their latest single is You, Me and The Devil Makes 3 is available now. Red Rose had a listen.

“You, Me and the Devil Makes 3” is an impressive effort, the loud quick fast paced vocals and rhythm suggest this will soon be a treat to hear live, with the chorus “It’s such a long, long way down” possibly going to be a great sing a long line. Singer Paddy oozes attitude even just on the recording and it gives the song an edge.

A pretty strong effort, sounds like it should be a belter live.

Download it for free at:

See our interview with Where’s Stutter at:

Second up on today’s review file is Wanderer, AKA Birmingham based singer/songwriter Ben Snookes. His debut single “Monday Morning Blues” was released in May and here is the Red Rose verdict.

A slow, calm considered effort this has a real easy listening effect to begin with and then transforms into a quicker rockier affair. Wanderer sings “I got the soul” and this applies to this song which starts slow and melodic and finished hard and rocky, and literally says “fuck you” to the troublesome Monday Morning Blues.

An  accomplished effort.

See the video for the song at:

Visit Wanderer at:

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