MiG 15 – Rolling Thunder, Never a band to avoid addressing major subjects.
‘Rolling Thunder,’ MiG 15‘s latest single, delves headfirst into the thorny subject of religion. MiG 15 is made of of James McCluskey on bass, Adam Bray on vocals, James Morris on guitar, and Martin Gordon on drums. The fighter aircraft that come and depart from the military bases in San Diego inspired their band name.
When James McCluskey was a youngster living in the area, he came up with the idea for MiG 15. Adam Bray, the band’s frontman, had an influence on him, and James and Martin later joined the band. The song, which was written a few years ago but only recently released, is about religion and questions faith, beliefs, and overall disrespect for religion.
The song’s birth brings forth an initial sensation of inquisition and rhythmic singing, with guitar effects and superb voices as the song’s entrance.
Beginning with Adam Bray’s influential vocals and claps for the pre chorus, the song progresses to an indie genre catchy chorus with circulating distortion and rises up with extremely great percussions. MiG 15’s latest single, ‘Rolling Thunder,’ tackles the weighty subject of religion, arguing that “if there is no evidence, then surely it can be disregarded without evidence.”
The song also raises concerns about faith, not only religious faith. The band’s most recent record depicts their punkier side, and it’s more likely to expand their audience while also satisfying their existing followers.
Listen to ‘Rolling Thunder’ below