Track Review: Jaws The Shark // Still Young
All the way from the UK, Olly Bailey shares his lofi meets garage rock music under the name Jaws The Shark. Building a reputation for energetic, spirited and highly entertaining tracks, London-based Bailey is making a name with coverage from Clunk Magazine, Gigwise and Amazon Music including the single ‘Andy Gray’ to their Fresh Rock playlist. The latest addition to his discography is ‘Still Young’.
Hot on the heels of his well-received sophomore single ‘Andy Gray’, Jaws The Shark releases the forceful and fantastic track ‘Still Young’. Just over four minutes long, ‘Still Young’ is a lively and fiery release that will have you dancing with a new lust for life.
Moving away from his prominent lofi sound, ‘Still Young’ is a collision of alt-rock, indie-rock and grunge with some punk undertones. In other words, it’s damned loud but great if you want to jump about. Atop the guitar riffs and pounding beats, Bailey’s throaty vocals prove that this is a distinct and incredibly original piece of art. Chaotic, but a controlled chaos, Bailey shares an impassioned, addictive and relentlessly frenzied single with the world in ‘Still Young’.