VOYEUR by Trophy Wife


Trophy Wife - We have McKenzie on vocals, Mario on guitar, Christian on bass, and Michael on drums in their newest EP, Voyeur. Voyeur is an exceptional indie rock album that encapsulates feminine rage and plethoras of emotion through the waves of slow and heavy guitar. McKenzie’s vocals are strong and carry throughout each song allowing the listener to completely get lost in the lyrics. Trophy Wife give us a total of 6 songs including "Linoleum". Each track has it’s own unique sound that incorporates a sense of intensity and passion. Whether your driving with the windows down or screaming into what feels like an empty void this is the perfect EP to listen to, where you can enfold those feelings. “Leech” is one of the 6 songs, and oh does this one hit you in all the right places. I adore the way Mackenzie’s scream in-wraps with the heaviness of the guitar and drums in the background. It’s empowering, even a little bit haunting how her voice crawls up and down your arms. “Enough” is very raw and heartfelt. I love the shoe gaze energy within the song and how it combines perfectly with their sound. “Baby’s Breath” and “Ask me Anything” are the remaining two tracks of the EP and I couldn’t help but replay both of them while bopping my head to the chaotic yet perfectly synth-ed beat of the guitar. You can really tell how much detail and thought went into this EP with how perfectly curated each song is. Trophy Wife knows exactly how to build their sound, yet create something new. Between the melodies and the lyrics Voyeur really has a way of making you feel something and or everything.



Words by Daya