Command Sisters : I Can Do What I Want To Review, Hip Siblings
Command Sisters is a band fronted by two siblings that have created a distinct sound. Sarah Command (guitar) draws inspiration from shred gods, such as Joe Satriani, Steve Vai, and Orianthi, and Charlotte Command (vocals, keys) finds inspiration in the songcraft of Sia and The Weeknd. Together they are cultivating a sharp signature sound steeped in musicality and hooks. The Alberta-born and Toronto-based sibling duo are now releasing their debut single “I Can Do What I Want To,” via 21 Entertainment/Universal Music Canada/Republic Records. “I Can Do What I Want To” was produced by notable producer Tim Pagnotta (Walk The Moon, Weezer, Blink 182, Neon Trees, Elle King).
“I Can Do What I Want To” has a pop dance beat with a catchy melody and bassline. The sibling vocal harmony is beautiful. The chorus as a fresh groove that expands the dance beat. Sarah’s guitar interlude has effects, and a vibe of EDM meets shred. Charlotte’s vocals are strong with conviction, rhythmic energy, and overall sound. The bridge offers a variation on the feel, leading back to the energetic dance beat and guitar work of Sarah.
The Command Sisters are starting out strong with their debut single, “I Can Do What I Want To.” The sibling’s sound is a beautiful blend, whether singing in harmony or unison. Charlotte’s singing an enjoyable mix of pop and rock. Sarah’s guitar playing is exciting and an excellent sound in the pop/rock genre. The Command Sisters are ones to watch.
The Command Sisters
I Can Do What I Want To
May 15, 2020
21 Entertainment JV