This single produced by JENIUS showcases the smooth musicality & clever conceptual approach of Finessen under a thoughtful & somewhat alternative light.
The music industry has changed so much & most artists aren’t interested in creating full-length albums anymore. I believe that life & music is a journey told one song at a time, one chapter at a time. Satellites is our manifestation of that belief.
There’s a lot of talk of the mind & the separation of the self & the world. This is likely to connect with a number of audiences. The unique nature of the music & the characterful sound of the leading voice help seal the deal.
It’s easy to connect these thoughts & ideas to your own situation, the blissful ambiance & crystal clear production allow you to really take that on & escape into the moment.
One of the most musically exploratory & lyrically interesting releases of P.M.K.S so far. Nothing like you might imagine a Valentine’s Day single to be, but that’s a huge part of its appeal.
This is definitely one of the more interesting & genuine pop releases of recent years, and that’s not at the cost of quality – far from it. These songs are supremely well polished. Celeste Buckingham is making waves & it’s no wonder why.
This meeting of various genres & styles makes for something loaded with fresh identity right now. And on top of this, you get the concept of the song – the lyrics, the bare poetry of it, the reflective honesty that digs at some of the deepest human emotions & thoughts.
The RnB-fusion producer & songwriter has been playing the saxophone since the 4th grade – this gem of a trait comes through beautifully throughout the single.
The good vibes you might hope for as the sun sets on a long day. The concept & music go hand in hand, creating this arena within which you can observe, relax & consider.
The track doesn’t arrive covered in glitter, it warms you with a hopeful musical backdrop, it grips you with a heartfelt presentation of poetry & character.
The further you get, the better it sounds. Structurally there are many occasions when you really appreciate the unpredictability – the fitting freshness.
This could well be the best release from Grant Smith so far. A stunning song that develops in a simple yet immensely satisfying way. A great piece of music.