The organic nature of the instrumentation allows you to hear the unique characteristics of the voice & appreciate the beautiful optimism of the lyrics.
In a wonderful way, this unorthodox structure reflects perhaps the highs & lows of being an American right now & everything that comes with that.
There’s always room for the inspiring or motivational in music. The dark undertones of this track make for a believable, easier to relate to piece of audio.
The passion & power of folk-rock is alive & thriving. Passing Shadows offers everything we know & love about the genre, but with a fresh take on it all.
The artist’s vocal performance has a wonderful warmth & strength to it. The song is well written with enough quirky, unique character to make it stand out.
Without question, the track is big – the sound is crisp & Brielle’s vocals shine brightly; the artist brings a style & strength that’s incomparable.
The songwriting has something notably unusual about it – you’re likely to find yourself hanging on those words & wondering what inspired it all.
Jonathan Cavier’s recordings have an immediate & reliable warmth & vibrancy about them that you can return to again & again.
The exciting thing about the track is that it’s soaked in a fresh sense of frustration. It’s a reaction to now. It’s something completely different.
The song has a minimal & vintage feel to it, reminiscent of r&b ballads from the nineties, but with the crisp & satisfying finish of a modern recording.
The elements are there for the crisp & full finish of a great rock track – the passion & power in the performances are the perfect final touch.
It’s a pleasure to hear music made with both style & substance, taking influence from simpler times & fusing it with something unapologetically now.