MUSIC FOR YOUR EARS | REVIEW Bitch I love You by Mighty Dan Gerous

Mighty Dan Gerous brings an unexpected and refreshing rock anthem with their
lead-off single, Bitch I Love You. Breaking stereotypes and embracing a unique blend of
rock influences, this New York band proves that they are at the forefront of rock’s
The band’s inclusion in Pitchfork’s top 46 albums to hear in 2023 speaks
volumes about their potential and the impact they are making in the music industry.
Their success with previous placements in popular TV shows further validates their
talent and ability to create music that resonates with a wide audience.
Right from the start, the song surprises listeners with its catchy and upbeat
chorus. The use of the word ‘Bitch’ in the title might raise eyebrows, but the band
cleverly subverts expectations by delivering a chorus that’s both engaging and uplifting.
The juxtaposition of the title and the kind-hearted chorus is intriguing and captures
attention, making listeners want to dive deeper into the song’s meaning.
The verses stand out for their great intonation, showing the lead vocalist’s
impressive voice and emotive delivery. The singer’s ability to convey the song’s
emotions with authenticity adds depth to the track, allowing listeners to connect with
the lyrics on a personal level.
The instrumentation, primarily driven by guitars, complements the rock theme of
the song. Mighty Dan Gerous pays homage to their Beatles influence, infusing their
music with classic rock elements while adding their own contemporary flair. The result
is a sound that is both nostalgic and fresh, appealing to fans of various rock sub-genres.
Lyrically, the song explores AI-inspired themes, demonstrating the band’s
willingness to venture into unique and creative territories. The use of less common lexis
like ‘kumquat’ and ‘anti-histamine’ shows the band’s playful and inventive approach to
song writing. The mention of ‘nuclear missile-toe’ further adds to the song’s eccentric
As Mighty Dan Gerous aims to secure a limited regional summer touring
schedule, it’s clear that they are ready to take the stage alongside established rock acts
like Weezer, Smashing Pumpkins, Foo Fighters, and Queens of the Stone Age. With
Bitch I Love You as a powerful lead single, it’s evident that this band has the potential to
make a lasting mark on the rock music scene, and fans can eagerly anticipate more great
music from them in the future.

Review made by Lucy Cicioni | Promoted by Musik & Film, MAF Music Promotion