Listen: Kevyn – The Black and The Blue

I am always delighted to see a band grow into their sound. This is what Dublin based rock outfit Kevyn have done with their latest release 'The Black and The Blue'.

Following on from the strong release of their well-received debut single, ‘The Black and The Blue’ is a song inspired by the feeling of crippling self doubt and struggles with anxiety.

Songwriter and front woman Karla Chubb wrote the song as a figurative middle finger to those who have held her back and hindered her confidence and pursuits, particularly as woman in rock music. This middle finger to the doubters can be felt throughout the song as it starts with a defeated feeling but ends in all out conquering rage, taking inspiration from Royal bloods heavy guitar rhythms.

You can catch Kevyn live at the Oxjam Stage at Electric Picnic on Sunday at 3pm.

Ciaran O'Brien

Founder of The OB, Ciaran is also a cameraman and video editor that has an obsession with all things music. He created The OB Sessions in 2014 and set up The OB Blog in 2015.

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