The rest of the world may not be familiar with Shatner, but the power-pop group from West Yorkshire have built up quite the cult following in their homeland.
In a world where artists often try to combine different genres to no avail, We Three Kings stick to their guns & own what they do.
Lavender Hills have perfectly captured that sense of frustration & anger in a way that causes anyone who may hear them to stand up & take notice; that’s what a rock & roll band is about.
Both artists bring a level of calming confidence to the stage that lets the vibe work its magic indefinitely.
It feels like a song for you – the words, the rhythm – it drives with the absolute energy & brightness, the positivity, designed to fit in with the feelings so many will be experiencing right now.
A beautiful song, musically bright & crisp, written in a manner that is both poetic & deeply personal – a genuine human touch that connects with audiences on a heartfelt level.
Rakel’s voice is the star of this song, and for good reason; it’s absolutely mesmerizing. She sings in a way that feels so raw & natural & that is entirely unique to her.
Combining the best of folk, country, and a bit of pop, Darryl Morris has crafted a heart wrenching piece of art that is every bit melancholic nostalgia as it is empowering & self-affirming.
The song appeals for its alternative nature & yet satisfies in the way that any great EDM or pop hit needs to. A winning combination.
The friends with benefits vibe speaks volumes right now and will likely appeal to a lot of 2018’s hip hop fans for its musical depth and lyrical honesty
Complete with a visually crisp & impressive video, For The Love comes through with every bit of skill & professionalism required to let the talent & confidence shine brightly.
Conceptually the song takes an interesting approach to expression. Nostalgia is soothing, it feels like a safety blanket from a time when things were less heavy or manic.