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Today Montreal band Hoozbah dropped the single called Kneel to the Power.
It is taken from the upcoming album which is TBA.
Kneel to the Power is an exploration of the dark, carnal, obsessive side of love depicted through the lyrics and reinforced by the deep rumbles of rock n roll.
Featuring solos and a solid groove, this track combines various influences of the group and is a solid example what Hoozbah is all about.

About the band:
The project started in the summer of 2016, with frontman Naz seeking the help of a few friends on a solo endeavour. That’s how he met Marx Twain, the band’s bassist and engineer, after seeing him play topless on his knees, at some dingy Montreal rock n roll joint.
The rest is history.
Named after Chutzpah, which is synonymous with audacity for both the good and the bad, Hoozbah now rocks with Xander on keys and Morgan on drums.
In their various and always iconic incarnations, Hoozbah‘s sound is expansive and genre-spanning.
A fine blend of Progressive Rock, Jazz and Blues – A modern yet more than mastered take on 60’s Rock influences.

If you are in a classic rock mood, this is a song to listen to.

I’d give Kneel to the Power: