Perhaps now more than ever is a great time to reconsider and recount our blessings.
“I write about a lot of emotional distress, struggles with depression, anxiety, tough subjects in general. But it really helps to take these dark subjects and sing about them in a way that’s humorous—sometimes sardonic would be a better word.”
Reflecting on the past, the concept and inevitability of growing old, the precious moments and the crazy ones alike. There’s a relatable weight to this idea of all of us being giants in our minds at one time or another.
Offering plenty of potential for remix and various paces, You Hear Me Say I Love You feels all at once familiar and decidedly personal – genuine, ultimately, in its relaying of loving sentiments and lasting connection.
The whole thing feels like a nineties rock hit ready and waiting to be rediscovered – Ocean Colour Scene, The Stone Roses, Goo Goo Dolls; the warmth and emotion, the organic and crisp set-up.
FRNDS AS CMPNY always impresses, for creative reach, purpose, and identity alike. This project is far from the exception, and satisfies a whole other arena of musical desires.
A beautifully genuine and colourful collection of organic indie pop songs.
“A heartbreak, a moment of happiness, intense feelings of love for someone or a social message; song writing offers the opportunity to pour any or all of the emotions, thoughts and experiences into a song.”
Stunning. Completely unexpected from the opening moments, but ultimately a total pleasure to escape into.
Openly presenting a cultural & personal deep-dive into historical context & the individual experience, Terry Blade’s debut album takes intention & artistry to profound & complex new depths.
Sensational acoustic finger-picking starts up this uniquely ambient, organic and genre-fusing single from a conceptually thoughtful, increasingly impressive Flyght Club.
Pairing the sound & rhythms of a simpler era, with upfront electric guitar solos, and a bluesy vocal that drives with intimacy & strength of melody alike.