Autorub, the musical force led by multi-instrumentalist Michael Corn, serves up another exhilarating gem with their latest single, “Meatball.” Hailing from the vibrant music scene of New York, Autorub has carved a niche for themselves by blending modern and classic rock elements, all while infusing a dash of smart, sarcastic political humor into their tunes.
“Meatball” follows in the footsteps of the band’s earlier hits like “Oh Marjorie” and “Kari Lake Blocked Me on Twitter,” embodying the infectious pop rock sensibilities that Autorub has become synonymous with. The track is a rebellious anthem that mirrors the band’s rising momentum and showcases their ability to deliver substance both musically and lyrically. Led by the seasoned Michael Corn, formerly of ‘Sammy’ and ‘Heydevils,’ Autorub’s sound is a polished yet raw concoction, reflecting their commercial-friendly approach. Corn, who has also composed for popular TV shows like “Pawn Stars,” “Wahlburgers,” and “Duck Dynasty,” brings a wealth of experience to the table.
“Meatball” is a testament to Autorub’s clever songwriting and adept musical performance. The track weaves a sonic tapestry that draws influences from a broad spectrum of rock, spanning decades. Elements of Weezer, Foo-Fighters, Green Day, and The Strokes intermingle with echoes of classics like The Kinks, The Police, The Clash, The Cars, or early Joe Jackson. Clocking in at under three minutes, “Meatball” takes the listener on an exhilarating adventure, leaving them yearning for more. As Autorub continues to make waves, this single adds another feather to their cap, cementing their status as purveyors of fun, rebellious rock that captivates and resonates.