“‘Just One Voice’ begins with a swinging rockabilly rhythm that gives way to a hard-hitting, headbanging chorus.” – Miami New Times
“…unique and artful…Vocalist Sara Coda, a pop emo goddess, [belts] her edgy lyrics in a rich, expressive voice that [shakes] the entire room.” – The Daily Californian
“Without a doubt, the future is bright for Silent Rival” – Imperfect Fifth
Los Angeles based SILENT RIVAL had racked up over 200,000 streams on their audio stream recently released new single ‘Just One Voice’ and today have released a sinister and eye-catching official video. With nods to American Horror Story’s Freak Show and David Fincher’s “secret society” of Fight Club, various degrees of chaos, romance and offbeat beauty erupt in the background while Silent Rival deliver their Matrix-fueled performance, laying all their cards on the table.
Explains frontwoman Sara Coda, “This video, this song, and this experience are not about us as individuals, it’s about us as a group: The band, the outcasts, the viewer, and anyone else that wants to rise up to make the world a place that is worthy of our love.”
Watch video for ‘Just One Voice’ here or by clicking the image below.
“Just One Voice” sees Silent Rival taking cues from high-energy rock predecessors like the Strokes, New York Dolls, or Queens of the Stone Age with lead singer Sara Coda dancing in Karen O’s footsteps, delivering punch-packing vocals and anthem-worthy lyrics. Within an hour of the track’s release it was placed into the absolutely appropriate “Fierce Femmes” playlist on Spotify in the #12 position. The single comes on the heels of last year’s debut album The Kindness of Strangers, and opens the door for what’s to come later in 2018.