The Cains are at it again with their dynamic new single, “Knock Knock,” which hit radio on Tuesday, January 5th. Written by Jaida Dreyer, Stephony Smith and Dave Thompson, “Knock Knock” is the latest single off the group’s self-titled EP, The Cains, which was released this past summer. The EP was produced and mixed by Daniel Agee. The five-track EP is available on iTunes, Amazon and other major digital retailers
A departure from their last single, “Journey’s End,” “Knock Knock” is an up-tempo, attitude fueled track that demands immediate attention. The story about being involved with someone that is unavailable has a catchy chorus that will spin around in your head until you take another listen, drowned in their sultry harmonies and fury of frustration. From the grungy guitars to the banjo infused chorus, there’s a built in sense of intensity that’s as addictive as it is intriguing. It’s one of those songs that captures the mystique of the story effortlessly, pulling listeners into the story chord by chord, note by note, lyric by lyric.
Of the track, Madison Cain said in a press release, “’Knock Knock’ is the only song on the EP that we didn’t write, but as soon as we heard it, we knew we needed to record it. We heard it once and couldn’t stop singing it. We hope the song will have the same effect on our listeners.”
It’s country-rock edge will most definitely make a fan out of you. Take a listen to The Cains “Knock Knock” below and let me know what you think!