Onism E is an indie rock machination with inclinations to blues like no other. Take their latest release, ‘I’m Sorry’ for example. With sincere and evocative vocal narratives, they spin a powerful ambience with scattering riffs and mounting beats. Eline’s vocals have an estranged sentimentality, burnished with the retro blues of artists like Patti Smith, Bonnie Raitt, Chrissie Hynde and Joan Jett. It is just as raw, honest, and defiant.

The track is conceived on the heels of cymbal beats, booming riffs and accordion lines. Eline’s vocals scatter across this soundscape, smokey and tearing like Janis Joplin. The boldness of her delivery is what brings dimension and even texture to the track. It drives the instrumentation. In the bridge, its drastic emotive appreciation causes a fantastic riff and beat agitation. Launching into a stellar solo, the guitar unleashes the climax with a power that will make your skin rise up with goosebumps.

Onism E debuted in 2019 with ‘Love You More’ and has since released four singles in as many years. Led by vocalist, Eline, Onism E revives blues rock and celebrates this lost music culture.

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music!

You can listen to ‘I’m Sorry’ by Onism E here –