While guitarist Keith Soo-Tho has been at it for a while with his work as a singer-songwriter, his group VVOLF is a slightly different beast altogether, and their name is a slight nod to the frontman's previous status as a "lone wolf".
So, as it is right now, Keith Soo-Tho is Keith VVolf, and with his new band, he unveils 'Independence Day', a folk-tinged pop rock number that plays it safe with its immense studio polish and pleasing melodies.
It also comes with a feel-good video of a wide-eyed child embracing the joys of music — discovering The Beatles and fashioning his own cardboard instrument, eventually — *spoilers* — gifted with a real electric guitar by his mother (no shit, that's a really cool mom).
The song, however, tells a different story — one of a tearful breakup on America's independence day. At least... that's what we, uh, think. If you love the freedom to rock and the freedom to love, this is probably for you.
Watch the music video for VVOLF's 'Independence Day':