Snakedoctors’ most recent single, “Too Many,” features Christine Corless. Their most recent album, Four And A Half, also contains the single. Drums, a rhythm guitar, a bass guitar, a lead synthesiser, and other simple, basic instruments may be heard on the track.
Four buddies are travelling together. They are from the largest and capital city of the Pomeranian Voivodeship. Wojciech Wypych on vocals and guitar, Jaroslaw “Jerry” Szybowski on bass, Jacek Karnat on keyboard, and Robert Porazka on drums. They established Snakedoctors two years ago and have already amassed a sizable fan base. One of the band’s favourites, “Too Many,” which features US musician Christine Corless, is their most recent single. With Christine, the gloom is dispelled. The group has, as usual, released a music video to go along with the song. Helem Thomson assisted in its production, which took place in Ukraine and Gdansk, Poland.
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The band claims that Christine makes the song less ominous, but “Too Many” will always be ominous because it deals with potential difficulties. You’re going to want to watch the two of them work together once more. You will play “Too Many” over and over because you simply cannot get enough.
The third single off their most recent album, “Four and a Half,” is titled “Too Many.” If any of the other songs are half as wonderful as this one, you’re in for the ride of your life. When it comes to their music, Snakedoctors never disappoints. You’ll be taken on your own mental journey by their massively distorted guitar in “Too Many.”