The crisp sound hits with impact, feeling hopeful in its tuneful embrace but essentially dealing with heartbreak and the need to overcome or escape a relationship that’s going nowhere.
“I believe in the power of prayer; and I also appreciate sincerely expressed condolences when tragedies occur. However, sharing one’s thoughts and prayers after a mass shooting is NOT enough – we need to do more, MUCH more.”
Treated strings swoon along like squeezeboxes, guitars work together with a comforting stereo spread. Bass quietly thrums and underpins. The harmonising to the lead vocal is effortless but vital. The harmonies chosen warm the song through to the core. It’s a delicate and thoughtful piece that showcases a tremendous, characterful vocal.
Route 358 are a magnificent band, the music is so pure & yet so entrancing at every step. Their songwriting is at the top of its game. An unmissable playlist to see you through so many evenings or long drives home.
Capturing beautifully the precise energy & realness of their vast experiences as street performers, this self titled EP from New York six piece The Good Morning Nags offers audiences an authentic, uplifting experience.
It has that gorgeously organic sound to it, and it’s a track that would brighten up any evening out from the moment it started to play.
Stunning musical performances from all involved. There’s also just enough space in the song to really sit back and let it wash over you.