Vermin & the Beachrat is the professional moniker of one Joe Lamore, a kind and creative soul who has been on and off the music industry for the last two decades. After performing with bands for a while, he embarked on his solo career in 2009 before taking a hiatus to focus on his family and career before his creative spark was ignited again in 2019 following performances at family events. No matter what interests come and go, one thing will always remain the same: his love for music, and that is why he is performing again and releasing new music that ingeniously taps into the nostalgic world with some modern-day twists to appeal to wider demographics.
His latest single, “Dinner by Candlelight,” is a mesmerizing example of what Vermin & the Beachrat can deliver by delving deep into the creative process—a raw masterpiece that recalls the golden age of rock & roll music.
His voice is authoritative, and he surely knows how to strike a chord with his music. He also has impeccable guitar strumming techniques and the stage presence to top it off.
Vermin & the Beachrat evokes a wave of uncompromising authenticity with “Dinner by Candlelight”, proving that he indeed makes music from a place of honesty and intention to leave an indelible mark on a listener’s heart and soul.
The guitar, which gives this incredible track a fantastic rock edge, is particularly noteworthy, and the icing on top of it all is the vocal performance by Vermin & the Beachrat. All of this, combined with the fantastic lyrics, results in a track that is impossible to resist.
The accompanying music video is fascinating and the best supplement to this song, both in storyline and symbolism. It was actually shot in their backyard using an iPhone camera, with his daughter setting up the light and the wife playing waitress.
Simply playing this track will provide you with an unforgettable experience, and that is why I am recommending it to you right now.
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