Patrick Doval’s energy is contagious, and it is perfectly exemplified in his latest single Endless Heartbreak. This song features The Offspring’s ex-drummer Pete Parada, bringing an urgent pace to the composition. Doval’s voice is infectious and is the most endearing part of this song. He sings with complete freedom and boldness, bringing a swagger to every enunciated note and lyric. The guitar and drums might be in a steady beat but there’s no lack of movement here as it is all carried by Doval’s every wail and croon. It’s the kind of song you’d love to hear live as soon as possible as you just know it’s gonna be a good time. 

Patrick Doval emanates Iggy Pop’s freedom and Bowie’s creativity. His rock influences are varied and diverse, from Zeppelin to The Ramones to even hip-hop artists like Dr. Dre and Tupac. Duval sings about the many heartbreaks he’s felt during his youth, embodying depths of emotion he has had to endure through those formative years. Nevertheless, I can’t help but latch on to the playfulness and freedom he exudes through this song. Only someone with a heart of stone can resist dancing to this wonderful tune, and that would be an Endless Heartbreak indeed.

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