The explosive Canadian 4-piece rock band Collision Course crashes our speakers with their latest anthemic and hard-hitting single entitled "What's My Name"?
As the pandemic took its toll on countless artists and acts across the globe during 2020, Collision Course found themselves without a rehearsal space amid the creation of their debut album. As eager as ever to release the project, Collision Course is well on their way to broadening their fanbase with the release of their forthcoming works.
Recently releasing their latest dynamic and high-energy single, "What's My Name?," listeners are able to reacquaint themselves with the blazing rock band who never fails to leave their audience feeling exhilarated. When speaking on the single, lead singer and frontman Anton Schindler had this to say, "What's My Name? was the first song I wrote under Collision Course; it was the first time I realized that making music could be used as a positive outlet. This song really made me want to push things to the next level. ”
Beginning our venture into "What's My Name?," the track kicks off with a powerhouse instrumental introduction that quickly drops into the first verse. As Josh Ertman's thumping drum breaks crash through our speakers alongside Daniel Prince's heavy bass licks, Anton Schindler makes his radiant vocal appearance and sets the song's energetic and lustful tone.
As the band jumps into the high-energy hook, Brad Masciotra's invigorating guitar stylings wail through our speakers without a dull moment. We must note Collision Course's cohesive instrumental chemistry; each member's solo contribution not only works off each other but relies on each other to produce the utmost energy and sonic passion, which emphasizes their stimulating sonic vision.
Don't miss out on the thrilling experience that is Collision Course's latest hit, "What's My Name?," now available on all digital streaming platforms.
Welcome to BuzzMusic Collision Course. What a spirited and stimulating experience you've delivered with your latest single, "What's My Name?" Did anything, in particular, inspire your group to create this high-energy and exciting anthem?
We wanted to go for our usual high-energy vibe but when we started re-writing it, we really found it to be a really fun song that people could rock out to. I wrote the lyrics years ago for the old version of the song that had gone in the trash and found the message was still good and had a lot of angst behind it.
Since "What's My Name?" was your group's first written piece, why didn't you want it to be your band's big debut release?
I think we were excited about the new pieces because they were fresher in our minds. We were hoping to release this song first with a music video but once covid hit we only had a video for "Run" & "Crawl" so we went with those due to circumstances, and hey, as they say, save the best for last.
Could you elaborate on your group's creative process when formulating the exhilarating sonic atmosphere for "What's My Name?" How did you begin navigating the song's feel and vibe?
Well, before it was just a 3-chord grunge song that had energy but it wasn't going anywhere. So, we played with it a lot and ended up landing on the really catchy bass line in the verse and used that as the foundation for the direction we wanted to take the song. That mixed with working at a sweet studio and having our amazing engineer Karl help us out with it really turned the heat up.
Should we expect to hear "What's My Name?" on your forthcoming debut album? How does this single prepare us for what's to come?
We shall see! We're hitting the studio again soon and are really trying to figure out which way to go about things. We recently added our new Bassist (Daniel Prince) and Drummer (Joshua Ertman) to the lineup and it's really bringing the intensity of things up so I think we're just going to hit the studio and see what comes out!
What's next for you?
We've been writing like there's no tomorrow and we have some shows booked in the near future dependent on the next coming months with the pandemic. We're the tightest we have ever been as a band and I think live and in-studio it's going to melt some people's brains once we're able to get fully out there on the road.