The Yellow Wallpaper doesn’t hold back in their latest release, ‘Run Your Mouth’. It’s a sonic force to be reckoned with, hitting you with unrelenting guitars, pounding percussion, and vocals dripping with raw emotion.
The track is a commentary on the superficial judgments of society, delving into the psychological toll it takes. The lyrics are a battle cry against the hypocrisy that surrounds us, urging the listener to reflect on their own biases. Described as a “chaotic wall of wildly fierce, ravenous grunge art-rock” by Scenestr, The Yellow Wallpaper lives up to the hype. They’re not just a band, they’re a force of nature. Their sound is a whirlwind of frustration, melancholy, confusion, and moments of pure cathartic joy.
Hailing from Adelaide, they’ve earned the title of “Adelaide’s Hottest Post-Grunge Pioneers” according to A&R Factory, and it’s easy to see why. Their music is a journey through chaos, guided by a fearless tenacity that’s impossible to ignore. Released on all streaming platforms on September 22nd, ‘Run Your Mouth’ is a musical punch in the gut, leaving you with no choice but to sit up and take notice. The accompanying film clip by Gutter-Pop Pictures adds another layer of visual intensity to an already powerful piece of art. In a world inundated with music, The Yellow Wallpaper stands out as a beacon of unapologetic authenticity, proving that sometimes, the loudest voices are the ones that need to be heard.