Toxic Frogs : “My Lucky Own” CD & Digital 10th February 2021 Self Released. French Punk / Rock / Irish / Celtic band.
Female band having fun mixing several music styles with violins, rocking live stages around Europe. If you want to dance, this is the perfect band to listen to. Loving melodies , joyful, energetic right in your face. Those ladys know how to rock your world. They released few albums, they are back with a new six track EP to help you pass this pandemic time with happy feelings.
Imagine entering an Irish pub, hearing those rocking tunes with violins, banjo and all the people dancing around with a beer in their hand. You are not dreaming, this exactly what the Toxic Frogs are doing. The only difference is you hold the beer and they play the nice music. They have toured a lot , and to help you keep the energy within , they have made a new Ep that will ravish anyone who needs happiness in their life.
First track is an instrumental with the violin, a bit of banjo kind of the start of a western movie. Second track is a duet with a guest Feat Finny McConnell (The Mahones). A bit of psycho billy type getting you jump and dance. Third track starting with a banjo, in the country music vibe with the violin. Fourth track is a typical Irish Celtic one.
Get ready to jump on the table and to shake your butty. The fifth track is like the second part of the fourth one which is instrumental and then goes with vocals. A very good time listen this beauty. The last track, is back to the punky Irish style. The violin being very present and makes it perfect.
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Ella and the girls are bringing lots of happiness and wish to live. Music is the best way to send good vibes to explode your blood with pleasure. An excellent EP that will get you play it over and over again such is brilliant. Having great logo design , excellent friendship, Toxic Frogs are spreading the venin that will get you addicted for life.
A must have for anyone wishing to have fun, loving life and just spending a good time with great music. Read the interview in The Metal Mag, 100/100.