The Freight first appeared on The Static Dive in November of last year upon the release of their excellent single “Fish & A Bike.” That track made us fast fans of the Boston band’s blues-driven, Classic Rock groove. They followed up that single with the fabulous Zeppelin inspired riff-rock of “Try Me On” in January, taking their sound deep into psychedelic blues territory. In both cases the band accented infectious songwriting with virtuosic chops.
“Found” is the latest single by The Freight, released worldwide to all major streaming services on March 12, 2021. This time Adam Tiro and crew are taking their train to the fabulous 1980’s. The band’s sound is bigger than ever, with arena-ready synth and guitar riffs that bring to mind the classic sounds of giants like Van Halen and Journey.
Every release from The Freight is marked by expert musicianship, and a whole lotta soul. “Found” does not disappoint. As Marc Loverin and John Marinilli bang out a percussive tom-heavy beat, bassist Stephen Anderson completes the groove with a low rumbling riff and plenty of cool transitions. Guitarist/vocalist Tiro sings about getting out while the getting is good in a relationship that’s going nowhere. Meanwhile he and keyboardist Greg Tragellis deliver a fun and high energy synth rocker.
Check out the lyric video for “Found,” below. You can also hear the track on the Deep Indie Dive playlist. Follow the links below to connect with The Freight and treat yourself to some top tier Boston Rock & Roll.