Indie Underrated USA reviews the song “Shameless (Promo Mix).”

Satellite Train – Shameless

Everybody get on the Satellite Train.  They’re ready to take you on an inspiring journey with their new single Shameless.  The intro is just a setup for the fury that follows. We were really grabbed when the singer asks, “I’ve got a question for you, do you think you’re better than me?” 

This is an infectious soul rock vibe that recalls 90s modern rock and groove rock equally.  In that ways it connects with releases from Natalie Merchant with a little more groovy appeal akin to Lenny Kravitz.  The affect is refreshing, its the kind of song that helps you release the bottled up frustrations from a long day.  Satellite Train reminds you that sometimes the best plan is just to let it out.  “…and if you ask my name it’s Shameless.”  Damn right it is.

Hear Shameless now on our Indie Underrated Playlist

Satellite Train features were brought to my attention a while back, and I have followed their journey. These talented musicians form from across the globe – Australia and through to the USA to be precise.

These talented set of stars align to make a group consisting of musicians from bands. Michael Paynter of Icehouse, Gregg Bisonnete of Ringo Starr, John McCall of The Black Sorrows, Randy Jacobs of Paul Kelly, Shane O’Mara of Paul Kelly, Pasquale Monea of Stephen Cummings, Jamie Muhoberac of John Mayer and Chris Chaney of Jane’s Addiction.

Their latest project entitled ‘Lies’ is a piece which stands strong in its sound. Ranging from Power Pop to Soft Rock, this piece brings listeners in for a super catchy and easy listening experience. So, what’s the verdict? SUPER SONIC SOUND WAVES VIBRATE THROUGH YOUR EARS and not in an overpowering way, but rather a cosy softness.

The chemistry between the group shines through the work of Satellite Train. With the use of multiple vocalists, musicians and distinctively different locations, there is a tone within this artistry which mixes the sounds of 60/70s pop rock with the relaxation of surfer rock. Think the Beatles meets the Beach Boys.

For a classic sound with a set of multi-talents look no further, Satellite Train’s got you!