The lyrics lean back & forth between regret & hope; the past and the future, ultimately balancing somewhere in limbo between mistakes & possibilities.
Seven original tracks make up the synth-soaked, distorted cinematic dreamland that is before the fog covers me – the brand new album from SESPOOL.
Beautifully hypnotic vocals deliver a poetically observational, heartfelt lyricism, alongside a notably engaging, retro yet cinematic soundscape for this powerful new single from willro.
Blissfully delicate and soulful, meandering vocals lightly guide listeners through a deeply personal, intimate hit of songwriting.
Feeling initially like an organic funk-fusion song, She’s Forever tells its story in a high-octane fashion, the vocals hitting the rhythm faultlessly & providing another additive layer for this already multi-coloured & immersive dance ambiance.
These songs are incredibly personal, intimate and honest, underlining a willingness to be vulnerable – both conceptually and musically.
An aptly-titled Downbeat, from artist and songwriter Trynket, leads with a mellow, mildly retro drum-line, a warm hit of bass, and a simple vocal melody lightly doused in reverb.
Echo Strike’s electro-pop meets pop-rock creative freedom joins forces with heartfelt songwriting & warming melodies throughout this colorful, considerate new album.
Manchester’s own Test Card Girl has written a classic song with a fresh & unique set-up & sentiment, and all of the building blocks seem to fall perfectly into place.
BLAZAR continues to impress as an artist and composer, consistently putting his own stamp on things, whilst paying clear attention to what works musically and structurally in modern music.
It’s immediately easy to escape into the sound, and the songs fascinate in a deeply human way that many contemporary pop offerings fail to do.
Smooth vibes and a notable level of intimacy and clarity combined – Violet Temples’ new single Haunting offers a blissful recording of hopeful music and uncertain lyrics united.