• Ross Mondon

Voodoo Bandits - 'I'm A Loser'

Isle of Man quartet, Voodoo Bandits, aren't your typical indie-rockers as they continue their high rise into the music scene with the summer bliss of 'I'm A Loser'.

Splashed with the soaked tendencies of pop beats with the undertone riffs that scream influences of Circa Waves and The Strokes, the rising band delve into the energy and frustration of one throughout this period of chaos.


Written during the UK's January lockdown, the band described the track as being: "about the feeling of being stuck in a rut and not being able to progress forward in life due to circumstances beyond your control.” They continue, “However, equally, “I’m a Loser” is about being able to accept yourself and your flaws, knowing that you won’t let that hold you back when it comes to pursuing your ambitions.”

With their work now catching the eyes of international audiences, Voodoo Bandits are sure heading on the right path to success.