The song has the rhythm & raw energy of punk rock. It has a realness that helps express & emphasise the theme in a beautifully juxtaposed manner.
You can hear the connection between the artist and the art. The song bears an honesty, it shows the writer’s truth & the struggle he’s been through.
Real emotion will always strike a chord. You can hear it in this music, in this songwriting, in Jode Gannon’s up close & personal performance style.
A song that brings a classic Pink Floyd style of songwriting and fuses it with a brilliantly appropriate, circus-like folk-rock back bone.
One of the most striking things about the collection is the lyricism. There’s emotion & personality, but also a fly-on-the-wall sort of feeling to it all.
The music has been thoughtfully crafted & catered to reflect the importance of the concept and the true power that these feelings can have over people.
There’s a lot to appreciate about this few minutes of music, the lasting effect of which is that you’re likely to come back and listen to it several times.
The song has the kick & bounce of any great rock & roll track, but it’s presented in an almost acoustic sort of way, which is great to listen to.
This album is like a ‘how to’ on modern life, a run through of the way things are. It’s fantastic, from start to finish. You can’t predict a single moment.
There are distinct sounds throughout this collection that remind you of what a special project it is. This is music created by a unique & passionate artist.
This is definitely the first trap-folk album in history. It wasn’t something I planned. It was something I was searching for and then found.
While the song is openly a reference to particular events, the poetry of it is beautifully inclusive of all audiences and emotional responses to pain.