Review: The Bohicas – ‘Where You At’

Big statement

Ahead of the release of their debut album in August, The Bohicas come storming in with this classy three minute track.

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“This longest goodbye / Doesn’t mean the end” sings The Bohicas frontman Dominic McGuinness, and with their debut album due in late August, the Essex four-piece want to make as big a fuss as possible. Their latest single ‘Where You At’ certainly does that.

A heavy guitar presence with riffs near impossible to not move your feet along to, this song is perfect for the festival season. A hint of The Strokes, with a bit of Led Zeppelin and even some Artic Monkeys thrown in there makes ‘Where You At’ explosive, classy, and downright catchy. It sounds familiar, whilst also sounding refreshingly new and different.

It’s a track that will win new fans, the video may be a simple strip-backed performance highlighting the energy of the band’s live shows, but with a song like this you don’t need complexities, you just need to tap your feet and nod your head.

‘Where You At’ is a statement of intent; it’s The Bohicas telling us they’re ready.

‘Where You At’ was released on Monday 1st June via Domino Records.


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