Effectively bridging the gap between pop-rock and lo-fi, almost shoe-gaze-like tones, the single rains down with organic purity, engaging rhythms, and crisp, clean nostalgia.
The ultimate big finish, guitar solo and outburst included, wraps things up in a stylish, intentional, Bond-esque manner. Great work.
The final moments lead you through a likable big finish – the sound grows all the more full, brighter and indicative of togetherness at the height of realization and, consistently, absurdity.
Singer and songwriter Tony Levitas is no newcomer to creative pursuits, and the genre-bending, world-fusion ambiance presented on this latest single makes for a fine testimonial to that.
“Fans who see an artist live have a deeper, more meaningful relationship with the music. It’s just that simple.”
At the same time as feeling like a classic hit, this also feels like a moment captured in time – a raw and unedited expression of intimate feelings and poetic observations.
The fifth and final single to emerge from Rob Alexander’s album Long Road Coming Home is a powerful and rather heartbreaking ode to the late George Michael.
Take You Home is a powerful and rather stunning new single, one that quickly progresses from good to great as the various sections and the real truth and grit of the story come into play.
“Concision is good. Direct is good. But it’s easy to see how this environment can create a sort of fast-food attitude towards songwriting in a pop industry already fully of empty calories.”
h lays everything out on the table with this album, and underlines some superb musicianship and creativity along the way. Really well done, a fascinating journey to embark upon.
It’s a moment of power and darkness, but it brings through a kind of nineties-style nostalgia, a vintage driving ballad bravado, that you can’t help but crave a little more of once it comes to an end.
Trickling into the room with a distant heavy drum and a vocal choir set to leave their melody lingering in your head long after the experience is over, Top Of The Earth sets itself up to be an absolute anthem for the rising stars that are Kings Of The Earth.