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Mini Review – Confused Little Girl – Southern Gentleman

Confused Little Girl are a southern hard rock band from Florida. Their third album, , Southern Gentleman was just self released by the band. Their sound can best be described as southern fried hard rock. It’s heavy in all the senses that one would expect. Billy, the vocalist, has a howling voice that’s very close to Al “The Yeti” Bones. The songs are catchy and have you nodding your head in unison to the riffs, especially the songs “Hookers on Horseback” and “We Got A Great Big Convoy”.

“Ink To Paper” takes a different route than the rest. It’s slower, mellower and honestly, doesn’t fit in with the rest of the songs, but still a decent listen. It does seem like it’s meant to calm you down. After all, the rest of the album is fast and heavy and you can easily get all worked up.

The 30 Seconds To Mars reference is pretty good too. Don’t worry, it’s not a cover of a shitty band.

Check out the band on the usual social media and contact them if you like what you hear.


4 responses

  1. Denise

    I recently caught the show they did in Orlando and it was awesome. I also bought the cd and I haven’t stopped listening to it.Definitely a decent listen.

    February 25, 2011 at 8:22 pm

    • Bret

      Also bought the CD, had them ship it to me in New York. Only saw them once for a CD release party for Bad Actor in Orlando. I thought they were awesome… definitely a band to watch out for.

      March 4, 2011 at 3:38 pm

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