A heartbreakingly soulful, acoustic country-rock ballad that is driven beautifully by the artist’s genuine and entrancing vocal tones.
Randall Lee Richards’ return brings a huge anti-ballad of sorts, an emotional, powerful song with a strong country backbone and a concept that quickly moves from the aesthetically appreciative to the undeniably honest & concerned.
A beautiful song, comforting & uplifting to listen to at volume, recognizable for its simple but effective hook section, and powerful without appearing insincere.
Walking the creative line somewhere between Jack Johnson & John Butler Trio, with an occasional, relevant dash of emotional turmoil.
The perfect playlist of indie-rock & country fusion, offering both the grit & storytelling of Americana, alongside some superbly immersive soundscapes & unforgettable melodies.
Alexis Taylor’s vocals are unquestionable, skillful & effortless in portraying both the gentler notes & those loaded with passion & depth. Production-wise too, the finish is crisp & pretty flawless.
Oddnote have an incredibly hard-hitting, traditional rock sound that just oozes style & authenticity right now
A memorable, alternative pop song that introduces The 10X in a genuine way.
The title & everything that works in its favour makes certain you remember the moment. A solid release with an impressive level of talent & skill driving it forwards.
A beautiful moment, encouraging & all-inclusive, making you feel inclined to join in. Easy to picture a live performance sweeping a crowd off their feet.
I’ve been there & it is indeed Hard to be Sad in Nashville, even with heartbreak in the rear-view. The song begins with the titular lyrics paired with deep drums & bright acoustic strings, all alongside a stumbling electric guitar – a country-rock fusion of expectation & desperation.
What first appear as specific details unrelated to anyone else, later become the building blocks of your own version of life experiences or memories. It’s a strong way to write.