The song introduces a certain lightness to the room, a laid-back ambiance and a set of ideas that allow audiences to switch of from the stresses of daily life.
Ethan Wood is an artist, through and through – to express musically seems so natural in everything he creates.
The title & everything that works in its favour makes certain you remember the moment. A solid release with an impressive level of talent & skill driving it forwards.
Go for it!!! We only live once & dreams are meant to be chased in this life. Believe in what you do & others will have no choice but to believe as well.
PMKS’ present yet another new release this month with their version of David Bowie’s Heroes – re-imagined in this case as a pro gun control anthem.
Last Of The Tall Ships is a collection of songs that offer a thoughtful & experienced level of insight regarding life & the passing of time.
It feels like a familiar or recognisable, quirky pop-dance track, perhaps one from a slightly simpler time. There’s a touch of Daft Punk to the style of the progression & to that generally retro mood & vocal sound.
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.
Winds & Walls are a sibling duo crafting undeniably unique musical soundscapes, complete with poetic, emotional songwriting, presented under a gorgeously smooth & colourful light.
The story telling is honest & appealing for its personal touch, but the music & the song offer so much that is widely accessible, energizing, and easy to get into. That’s a strong combination.
Never stop learning. Read books & poetry & short stories. Watch documentaries & educational videos. Go to private classes & seminars and meet ups. Always take the chance to learn something new.
That’s how I felt when people criticised me, at times for no reason: an Antichrist, ‘the bad guy’. It also symbolizes the dark side of fame, of performing & putting yourself out there. Fame is a bit like a demon, disguising his dark side to lure you into some sort of ‘dreamland’.