It Sucks To Be Me, a new addictive and hilarious single, represents a boldly nostalgic dive back into hard-rock and grunge, with a fresh twist of character emerging in the lyrical depths and the clear identification of the leading vocal.
It Sucks To Be Me seems like an explosive rock anthem from a simpler time, but it also drives with a particular sense of purpose and style that is unique to Bat Hearse, with soaring guitars and fast-paced, high-octane drum work and unity on all levels.
Bat Hearse is a Rockabilly/Psychobilly Goth Rock outfit from Detroit. Inspired by artists like The Cramps, Elvis, and The Reverend Horton Heat, Bat Hearse brings a unique and fiendish sound to the music scene. With songs like “Transylvania Moonshine,” “I Fell in Love with a Dead Girl,” and “Do the Bela (Lugosi),” Bat Hearse is sure to get your toes tapping and your blood pumping. “It Sucks To Be Me” is the latest release from Bat Hearse, and it is sure to be a hit with fans of all things ghoulish and campy.
The song emerges with the presence of a timeless rock classic, cinematic thanks to the passion and live rock finish coupled, and a clear sense of possibility that lingers amidst the energy and optimism incited by the music.
The music is incredibly fascinating in terms of production – the opening minutes are especially intriguing with the way that the initial riff and melody come in as if we’re being taken on a journey through a vampire kingdom – and it’s easy to see how this could be anthemic live.
Complemented with a funny video to support the song’s tongue-in-cheek message, It Sucks To Be Me is an exciting and fun addition to Bat Hearse’s already impressive catalog.
So check out “It Sucks To Be Me” by Bat Hearse, and get ready to rock out!