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Snakedoctors – Too Many (Feat. Christine Corless)
A new single from the Polish band Snakedoctors is called 'Too Many'. The song was released in two versions, one created in New Wave style and the other more prone to grunge. In the second version was attended by American artist Christine Corless, who added to this dark and viscous composition of color soulfulness.

Indeed, the song 'Too Many' sounds in a powerful post-punk style with a constantly rotating sequence of chords that give rise to this organic motif. Duet singing and drive guitar accompaniment are organically combined with a monotonous rhythm section that together create a strong emotional message.  


In the music video 'Too Many (Feat. Christine Corless)', the main role played by Helen Thomson, who comes from Ukraine, where the basic shots of the film were done. She walks across a deserted field, emotionally dancing and conveying the organics of music with her own hands. In other moments of the video we see the band playing on stage as well as emotional scenes indoors with a charming lady.


Watch the music video 'Too Many (Feat. Christine Corless)' from Snakedoctors on YouTube below and enjoy a new song from a real heroes of Polish post-punk.