Rock On With Cairo Knife Fight’s Single “Churn”
In need of some good old rock and roll?
Then give rock duo Cairo Knife Fight’s latest single, “Churn,” a listen. With a solid pulsating beat and great chord progressions, “Churn” will surely get anybody ready to rock. The song begins with haunting vocals singing about how There’s something in the way you’re saying it/ It just doesn’t sound right/ I’m listening to the words you’re choosing/ So carefully blind/ There’s a method in the way you move/ To keep your soul in the dark.” Each phrase is punctuated by a guitar shred, which combines to build up to a payoff in the form of an explosive chorus.
Listen to “Churn” below:
Alongside the single’s release, Cairo Knife Fight dropped the music video for “Churn.” It features lead vocalist Nick Gaffaney and guitarist George Pajon Jr. as they rock out on set, switching between a dark and dramatic setup and a stark white backdrop. At the song’s beginning, the video switches between the two scenes with each powerful strum from George.
Watch the music video for “Churn” below:
Cairo Knife Fight is a two-man rock and roll group, initially formed in New Zealand but now traveling between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The group is comprised of Nick Gaffaney (lead vocals, drums, and keyboard bass) and Grammy-award-winning guitarist George Pajon Jr. who played with many well-known names in music, including the Black Eyed Peas, Fergie, Carlos Santana, Macy Gray, John Legend, Nas, and Sting. Their first single, “The Origin of Slaves,” dropped in 2011, and since then, the band has released two albums, The Colossus (2015) and Seven (2017), along with numerous singles.
“Churn” is the first single off Cairo Knife Fight’s next album. To stay updated on Cairo Knife Fight and their music, check out their website and follow them on Instagram, Youtube, and Facebook.