Thursday, November 11, 2021

Creating a validatory world for their listeners, The Sherlocks allow us to appreciate what we love in life through music

The Sherlocks have taken the world by storm in the past few years, quickly becoming a foundation for indie rock bands. 

With a rapidly growing fanbase, the Barnsley band’s rise to success comes as no surprise. The band features the talented Kiaran Crook’s vocals and guitar alongside his brother Brandon’s stunning drumming, complemented by Alex Proctor on guitar and Trent Jackson on bass. 

The band have played many festivals including Reading and Leeds as well as having enormous radio success, followed by arena gigs all over the country. Their newly-released single ‘World I Understand’ is sure to be a major hit. 

The song describes the feeling of being transported into a familiar world, a place one can find eternal happiness through the immersion in someone or something personally significant. It allows fans to escape their worldly and personal concerns whilst enjoying the band’s perfectly composed melodies and lyrics. The blend of the upbeat drumming and the low-pitched guitar is exquisite. 

The lyrics provide a comfortable space to think about those important and enjoyable moments in life — moments people enjoy the memorial comfort of. Perhaps it’s a significant other, a friend, or even the concept of music itself that makes you feel validated and at home. Whatever it is, this band has nailed the way it makes you feel like you want to “follow every word (it) say(s)”. The song envelops and enchants the listener in a way that only the person, place, or concept itself can. 

This single provides listeners with a moment the band should be truly proud of. It transports them into a musical world of peace and pleasure, where validation is in abundance and the replay button is always pressed. Their adoring fans simply cannot wait to sing along at the top of their lungs, with smiles from ear to ear. 


Abby Price


Image: The Sherlocks ‘World I Understand’ Official Single Cover (PRESS)


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