On Fridays I usually didn`t have growing pain but the band Tough On Friday`s new single is entitled Growing Pain,
The band hails from Georgetown, Texas, USA. Tough On Fridays has proven time and time again that they are experts at the big, in-your-face, wall of incendiary, alt rock salvos. The new single, Growing Pains expertly shows off the more understated, deft, and delicate side of their musical personality. Rock it still is, but rock showing its more sensitive side.
Big rock guitars are replaced with washes of indie rhythms and almost country-esque vibes. On top of that, you’re reminded how great the twin vocals of Caleigh and Carly can be, especially when they are given the room to breathe, intertwine and beguile, that this song allows.
An act of sonic anarchy to trip up those who would pigeon-hole them or just the sound of a band evolving, being adventurous and spreading their sonic wings? Who cares as long as it is an approach and attitude that they don’t lose. Who needs, or indeed can maintain, musical comfort zones when you have bands like Tough On Fridays in the world.
Tough On Fridays are the Texan based grunge-alt-rockers with an enviable ability to artfully smash together alt rock, indie, and grunge into their own brand of infectious, in-your-face style of rock ‘n’ roll.
Well-seasoned performers throughout the Texas music circuit, Tough On Fridays have come to be known for their enthusiastic live shows and reputation for captivating fans with their consistent delivery of great music. With Caleigh on guitar/vocals, Carly on bass/vocals, along with studio/touring drummer Chris Schreck, the trio have connected to create an alluring energy that the music scene has not seen in many years. This energy combined with their fresh sound leads Tough On Fridays to really stand out among the crowd.
The band, although truly one of a kind, cite their own inspirations as the likes of Paramore, Basement, Brand New and Third Eye Blind.
Recently signed to global indie powerhouse, Golden Robot Records, the band now have their sights set on bringing their music to a more international audienc