Wildcard (week 10):
Monowhales – He Said/She Said (I Wait)

Toronto-based Monowhales are a rock band ready to break into the mainstream. That was already clear by the sound of their past singles, which featured in these columns before. But if you have 45 minutes to spare, treat yourself to this recent live concert as well. And on top of all that, the trio (finally!) released their mini album Daytona Bleach last week. It features Monowhalesโ€™ four most recent singles and three new songs.

He Said/She Said (I Wait) is a track in the latter category. It appears the band are in a constant battle with themselves to make each next song even catchier than the one before. Yet, the songs have things in common as well: theyโ€™re all very well written, and combine glossy synth rock with shiny choruses. He Said/She Said (I Wait) for instance sounds like No Doubt performing Smells Like Teen Spirit. Radio-friendly, danceable rock thatโ€™s both alternative and fresh.

The new Monowhales single is this weekโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcard, so itโ€™ll feature prominently at the top of the blog for a whole week.

Recommended as well:
Out With The Old
BL/FF (Fake Friends)
All Or Nothing

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In the Wildcards 2021 playlist youโ€™ll find all of this yearโ€™s Carte Blanche Music Wildcards so far.

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Discussions — 2 Responses

  • Ed maart 10th, 2021 on 11:28 AM

    Neo-eighties style with reference to Raydioโ€™s Ghostbusters…

    • Werner Schlosser Ed maart 11th, 2021 on 8:44 PM

      You’re right, the ghost of Ray Parker Jr. wanders around in this song as well…


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