The South Florida band bring charm and colour on their new single.

Offering us a mixture of mesmeric melodies merged with laidback vocals, Cannibal Kids bring us into their guitar-filled world of falling in love and heartbreak in their newest single “Worms”. With their indie-coastal vibe, the dreamy band combine their unique funky, edgy sound with smooth vocals and snappy lyrics in a song vocalist Damian Gutierrez admits “is about the duality of falling in love with someone who’s already in a committed relationship. It’s about the heartbreak and stress that comes with the territory”.

Each part of the production was equally important to the band and delivering an engaging blend of lyrical sentiment with dance-laden, groovy beats, the creative band found themselves in Los Angeles to conceive the beautifully executed music video. From the enticing creative visuals to the well-choreographed dance routines, Cannibal Kids are sure to have their amassing fanbase worldwide glued to their screens.

Cannibal Kids present nothing but vivid and personal stories imbued with their distinctive creative imagination and after our patient wait it is safe to say that we are more than impressed with their newest release “Worms”.

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Cannibal Kids – “Worms” Review Bravado Press

Cannibal Kids – “Worms”: The South Floridians re-emerge with a song that should contribute to them breaking the proverbial glass ceiling. The trio’s latest is atypical of previously dropped songs and the vocals are a cross between Enrique Iglesias and 98 Degrees, which means vocalist/rhythm guitarist Damian Gutierrez sounds amazing. On “Worms”, the arrangement is unique compared to their older material and with the harmony just as hip as the songs of yesteryear, the lads are onto something special. Lead guitar is handled by Dustin Diaz and is fabulous accompanying Gutierrez. Drummer Luke Faulkingham holds his own keeping the beat and pace with his bandmates. Directed by Cecelia Hubbard, the song’s official video features Gutierrez playing acoustic guitar and then being flanked by charismatic and on-point dancers in several scenes. It is a sight to see and Cannibal Kids have themselves a well-written and well-crafted song on their hands that shows they have an expansive skillset as songwriters and performers. Shaemax Records should be proud of the job the guys have done thus far and “Worms” ought to serve them well on the college radio circuit, perhaps even slide into the mainstream.