Symphony about the Goodman
Lithuanian indie-rock Freaks on Floor with a gorgeous bassy song and a pretty fun-molded video.
Young Freaks go freaky in their freaking bashie track. The guys are at their fullest blast with saturated ironical vocals draped into awesome bass, solo and drum lines.
The video clip solution is up to the bare minimum with the freaky cartooned hands and the killer bandmaster doing their utmost to intrude on the guys fun.The hands first chase the bandmaster then the folks but the good symphony is after all an awesome success. Their sick dance makes you join the fete. On the evidence of Freaks’ growing fanbase, these guys are doing something right.
The guys of the band claim that they just play the kind of music that gives them and us pleasure. Simple as that. That’s the way Freaks On Floor describe their style.
Influenced by both funk and indie rock, this trio of young musicians formed during the summer of 2007. Previously compared to both Placebo and Red Hot Chili Peppers, Freaks On Floor play energetic gigs with dedication that makes it difficult to remain skeptical. ‘We just don’t belong to one genre or another”, say the guys.
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