Social Gravy call back to the halcyon days of 1970s rock with their new track, Let It Out. Charismatic vocals work nicely with a chunky bass line, assertive guitar lines, and splashy drums. The presence of a second, supporting set of vocals reminds me of Jane’s Addiction or The Black Crowes. The act hits on all cylinders with Let It Out – with each taut arrangement or robust section, there is a vocal section that matches it. If you find yourself to be a fan of late-20th century rock from Meatloaf to Bob Seger or Collective Soul (a wide swath of music, I know), you’ll find that Let It Out will be your jam. With a melody kicking up at about 2:30 that will bury itself deep into your heart, there is no denying that Social Gravy has made it.