The song hits you as the sort of indie anthem that would have made waves not too long ago in the mainstream music world. Later on you get past that energy boost & vibrancy & you start to take in the concept more intently.
As you make your way through the songs on this project, the colour, the concepts, the confusion – it all navigates proudly through deep thought, & it exercises a refusal to simply comply or feed into the rat race of modern life.
This concept of getting over it is so much easier said than done, so the set up of this song works brilliantly in representing the journey through dwelling & on into freedom.
The further you get, the better it sounds. Structurally there are many occasions when you really appreciate the unpredictability – the fitting freshness.
Chemical Refugee’s authentic presentation of hard-hitting, soulful electronic rock is the sort that satisfies in a refreshing & partly nostalgic way.
The music has a definite stamp of identity, the leading vocalist has the perfect rock-meets-EDM tone & performance style to deliver with weight.
As an artist, songwriter & producer, the 15th is undeniably creative & expressive. The originality & professionalism are sky high – a mighty combination.
Explodes into life with weight & intensity, but that soon falls away to the more atmospheric & ambient layers, with deeply poetic, reflective lyricism.
There are intense stories to this project, told not merely through titles & lyrics, but through the instrumentation, the performances, the rising passion.
I messed up my life & had to start a new one. The baseline is my old life & I had to let it go. A part of me died, but in a beautiful way.
The Latent Anxiety sound makes itself known in an instant, the energy & expression consistently point in the direction of individuality & creative freedom.
The singer’s range adds a level of appeal not always found in electronic music. The band are doing their own thing & the sound shines brightly as a result.