70’s Rock n’ Roll Band Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg Share New Energetic Single “Breathe It In”

Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg’s new single “Breathe It In” is a classic rock lover’s dream come true. The band hails from Minneapolis and is inspired by the golden age of rock and roll. The song takes listeners on a wild ride back to the 1970s with its groovy vibes and vintage instrumentation.

From the very first guitar riff, it’s clear that this band is dedicated to capturing the spirit of classic rock. Lead singer Kaity Heart’s guttural vocals are reminiscent of Pat Benatar and Joan Jett, and the soaring guitar riffs will have you shredding air like you’re at a stadium concert. The catchy chorus and infectious melody will make your heart race and have you singing along in no time.

“Breathe It In” is a must-listen for anyone who loves classic rock. It’s a perfect blend of old-school rock and roll and modern production techniques that captures the spirit of the 70s. Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg is a band to watch out for, and their commitment to bringing back the glory of 1970s rock is truly exciting.

The band’s commitment to bringing back the studio experience is evident in the production quality. Recorded at Studio in the Country in Louisiana, the same studio where Kansas recorded ‘Carry on My Wayward Son,’ the song perfectly balances the raw energy of the guitars with the polished sheen of modern production. Mixed by Ron Nevison, a living legend who has worked on several of the band’s main influences including Heart, Bad Company, and Thin Lizzy, the song captures the vintage sound that made the 70s so iconic.

What sets Sunflower Fox and the Chicken Leg apart is their playful presence and dedication to capturing the studio experience. They are on a mission to visit as many iconic studios in the country as possible to bring back the magic of real studio recordings. Their love of the genre is evident in the unnecessarily complicated bridge of the song, which pays homage to the classic songs that would insert one measure of 5/4 or play some out-of-the-blue overly-complicated breakdown.

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