O’Keefe Music Foundation’s 8-year-old star outshines herself with her strong and clean vocals and with power as this uniquely cute, aptly colorful, and deeply expressive new cover song storms across the airwaves.
OMF(O’Keefe Music Foundation) is a non-profit music organization based in Ohio, USA, with a mission to provide high-quality music education to any child in the world for FREE! Why? Because art gives voice to our dreams and live music performance is becoming a dying art. Since 2006, OMF has helped over 1000 students make countless music videos… with over 80 million combined YouTube views!
Recorded entirely in a garage, the kids’ rendition of “Roots Bloody Roots” by Sepultura proves that you don’t need a fancy studio when the band comprises seven insanely talented kids from around the country! Hailing from Texas, Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Ohio, this supergroup put their own spin on the song.
The song pops into the room with pouring guitars and fresh, elevating drumming, making wide use of contrast. As delicate, communicative, and cute vocals of this 8-year-old star guide us through a charming rock realm.
Things have a baby metal rock vibe to them that seems to blend Audioslave with more performative, dramatic bands from the past. Yet again, OMF stands tall with this eight-year-old gem.
At full volume, it’s well worth a listen. OMF gives a big thanks to their donors who made this recording and video completely FREE for the kids. To music lovers everywhere, please consider donating to OMF. So, kids from around the country can PLAY. REAL. MUSIC