Dog Unit – We Can Still Win This –
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Dog Unit – We Can Still Win This

Dog Unit – We Can Still Win This

In the heart of their debut album “At Home,” Dog Unit offers a moment of calm with “We Can Still Win This,” a track that emerges as a testament to the band’s ability to craft a continuous sonic narrative. This London-based quartet, known for their unique blend of motorik grooves, layered riffs, and immersive instrumentals, pauses here to reflect on the journey so far. The song acts as a signpost within the album, highlighting Dog Unit’s philosophy that music is not just a collection of songs but a cohesive experience designed to be absorbed in one sitting.

Henry Scowcroft and Sam Walton’s guitars, James Weaver’s bass, and Lucy Jamieson’s drums combine to form a sound that is both complex and captivating, guiding listeners through a modernist landscape with the precision and beauty of a high-speed train through rolling hills. “We Can Still Win This” not only underscores the band’s prowess in creating spaces within their music for contemplation and breath but also their commitment to a vision of instrumental rock that is both deeply engaging and intricately structured. This piece, and indeed the entire album, is an invitation to journey with Dog Unit as they navigate between intensity and tranquility, ultimately creating a world within their music that listeners are encouraged to inhabit fully.

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