Single Review – Sienne : Can You Hear Me Now?

By Chelsea Ness

Liverpool’s four piece, Sienne are the latest band on the scene making a name for themselves. The rock band who only formed last year have released a series of bangers over the last few months and their latest single, Can You Hear Me Now? is no different. Strong vocals, a punchy drum beat and infectious guitar riffs, this track was made to be performed live.

‘Can You Hear Me Now?’ which was originally a demo by drummer, Charlie Skeggs’ dad has been transformed into Sienne’s own modernised rock anthem, designed to be played LOUD. The addictive melody will have you playing the track on repeat and is certainly the ideal wake-up call we all need on a Saturday morning to set you up for the night ahead.

The lyrics within the chorus, ‘Can you hear me now, screaming out your name, you know it never feels the same‘ shows the frustration about continuously getting ignored. The song itself is about being left behind and forgotten about, the lyrics create a message for anyone out there who can relate that they’re not alone.

Think All American Rejects, ‘Gives You Hell’ mixed with Queen’s ‘We Will Rock You.’ As mentioned before, the heavy guitar riffs, bold drums and catchy vocals would make for an incredible live setting. I can already picture the scenes, mosh pits, crowd surfing and pints getting launched in the air … oh how I miss gigs!! It’s the type of track that would draw the crowd in right from the get go.

If this is just one of their songs, can you imagine the rest?! Certainly a band to keep an eye out for in the future…

Make sure you check out more from Sienne via their social media pages below…



Instagram: @Thisissienne

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