This song started out with an ABSOLUTELY FABULOUS guitar solo that is passionate, full of velocity, and just absolutely powerful. The artist has a voice that is extremely unique in every way. He doesn’t sing like any other male rock artist I’ve ever heard. All the elements vocally it takes for an artist to be successful is present in this artist’s voice. The level of pizazz and perfection is what stood out the most. I like the style with which the artist sang with and compiled his music with as well. The lyrics are clear, concise, relevant, and surprisingly relatable. The artist kept me wanting to listen and really and truly intrigued me greatly!
This is a very cool rock song! I love how different the singer’s vocals are. His voice is definitely something that is hard to forget, it just makes me want to sing along to the lyrics. The guitar solos are AMAZING! I love the instrumentals of this song, it makes the song even more awesome! I like the lyrics and like how it’s an upbeat sounding song while the lyrics are so deep and truthful. I give it an 8 as I think I could definitely jam to this in the car!
There’s an opening guitar sound in the beginning of this intro that sounds vaguely familiar. I can’t quite place it exactly, but it’s got some bluesy soul flair to it. With a hints of some worldly flavor added, with the aid of the simple drum beats playing so majestically alongside the earlier mentioned soulful guitar solos. I didn’t notice it earlier but it sounds like there’s a second guitar, playing a little lower than the first. Playing a rhythm so fitting to this track, it works nicely. The rhythm guitar player seems to know their job & place. The intro goes on for a little while longer sounding like a garage jam session amongst friends until the vocals kick in. It’s a man’s voice, with kind of an interesting sounding voice. Almost like a suburban reggae sound, that could be compared to the likes of 311 or sugar ray. are those weird comparisons? well i hope so, because it’s pretty much the only way i can think to describe it. It gets more of a rock vibe to it the more it progresses. It also helps that the guitarist likes solos, because i sometimes do on occasion. If there’s sweeps anyway..haha. I start to notice the bass player more during the next solo. Good pacing, clean sound, & loud enough. That’s something i can appreciate from a band. The more i listen to the song the more i start to think about how much this sounds like music from old video game soundtracks. Mainly the ‘Sega Dreamcast’, Mainly “Crazy Taxi”. Very soundtrack sounding material, but i hope that doesn’t discourage this band from continuing with what they’re doing, as long as they’re doing it with much passion & dedication. This band to me seems like they’d be on a more coastal radio station, because i can picture people listening to this song on the radio during like a beach barbecue. Or something alont those lines anyway. They have potential to do pretty well, if they can find a fan base that accepts them, they can do anything, even make hits! In my opinion their marketability seems fairly low. I don’t see big record companies being able to promote them all over the world like they want to with music, & that’s fine.
The opening of this song is impressive with the guitar making it official that it “is in the building” and that “its here to stay”. The drumming while not simple, is complicated enough show a hint of skill, but what the drumming leaves unattended the guitars make up for in rich, compelling awesomeness. The vocals turn this track into a strong full bodied experience. I can’t say enough about how much I love this song. It “needs” to be put on the radio just so it can be enjoyed by many more people. The production, the recording quality all of them come together in a harmonious balance to make sure you arrive with curiosity and leave with a smile, and a feeling of positivity.