As a fan of Kid Mud, Built To Spill, Smashing Pumpkins, The Pixies, there’s something about this sort of performance & this style of songwriting that just connects so naturally & authentically.
Taking a crucial splash of nostalgia & fusing it with fresh vibrancy, Bury Me in Lights seek to surround you with high energy anthems – perfectly crafted for the thoughtful souls out there.
This project is well worth exploring if you’re a fan of the raw edge & entertainment of unforgiving hard rock & blues. The Kings Rising are a band you’ll want to check live should the opportunity arise.
The Twindows take the time to escape into their music, which, in turn, gives their audience the perfectly realistic, go-to escapism they expect from effective music.
There’s a consistent feeling that a live show would be brilliant – ever changing, always interesting, always emotionally authentic; generally an awesome experience.
A sure-fire contender for the rock playlist. The freshness gives you something new to embrace, the familiarity arouses a sense of nostalgia – both of which work beautifully together.
The structure of the song is unexpected, which makes it appear as quite fresh, and this is definitely one of the best vocal performances so far from PMKS, in my opinion. At over five minutes long the creative drive has been met here with a distinct awareness of how to craft a song.
The songwriting combined with the leading voice are what really make this project stand out. It’s refreshing to hear this genre making waves, what’s even more refreshing though, is how interesting, unexpected, and provocative so much of the writing is.
It works on a distinctly human level, the chords & notes draw you in for their realness & honesty. It’s an experience many listeners will respond well to.
Why make music if it’s not with emotion & passion? I love hearing artists get out there & bring it. When they’re in their zone you can look into their soul.
The beauty of their creativity & poetic lyricism is explored in a number of different ways throughout the album. One of the most interesting collections of the year.
It’s the music you’d hear a flicker of at the rock bar when you were younger, but it’s yours now, and the presentation is intensely satisfying.