More than just a return for the band. There’s a depth to this track, even a darkness, which makes it feel like it’s in a league of it’s own entirely.
The music gets big, the vocal storms out & grabs hold of you, and the instrumentation works in unison to do the same. The sound is massive, yet warm.
While the song is openly a reference to particular events, the poetry of it is beautifully inclusive of all audiences and emotional responses to pain.
Fusing those classic indie vibes with some organic, songwriter style jamming, this is everything you’ll need to raise your spirits right back up to the sky.
The kind of stylish & confident leading vocal that can effortlessly carry these catchy & attention grabbing pop records, with great smoothness and swagger.
What a beautifully huge feeling of classic soul you get from this. It’s refreshing to hear a singer of this style writing songs that are so new sounding.
Sarantos has a skill for painting a vivid picture with his music, and although the idea of cheating is unpleasant; the music dances in the face of concern.
Legendary UK DJ/Producer Jason Kaye presents a new signing to his label Social Circles – introducing Andy Taylor, with his brand new track High Maintenance.