Such a musically satisfying song. A truly beautiful yet minimal soundscape within which you can lose yourself for a while.
This is song writing at it’s most experimental, exuding freedom, and expression of whatever it is the artist needs to express.
The creative freedom is vast & relentless, and the result is something that consistently surprises and seduces you, further and further at every turn.
What you’re experiencing is a vibrant array of beauty & thought, artistically presented by someone who is musically experienced and skillful. It’s stunning.
It’s not the kind of music that you let float on past you without reaching out and clutching at the edges of it to try to get a little more involved.
“There should never be a reason for conflicted or confused young people struggling with feelings of sexuality to commit suicide.” – Sarantos.
At times rhythmic and smooth, other times poetic and deep, and occasionally quite haunting – the music is vast and varied and consistently expressive.
It’s a busy world, you have to make the most of now. Any artist expressing this kind of hopefulness is well worth a listen in our book.
The backing track is striking, the storytelling equally attention grabbing and captivating. Every line seems to reach into your head space and your soul.
Where there is pain now, there was once love and happiness; memories and experiences are not easy to let go of. The massive sound & musical climax portray this brilliantly.
Growing up I was always considered the little girl with the big voice, and yes it did come naturally. My favorite vocalist is Bonnie Raitt.
There’s an air of Oasis in the vocal and the guitar riffs, but there’s a significant flicker of creative folk music in the piano and the additional strings.