Quite possibly his finest arrangement to date, the anthemic intentions and overall finish of Stand Up help make this a fiercely motivational indie gem – an alt-metal track with a catchy rhythm, memorable hook, and generally inspiring edge of passion and purpose to it.
Supreme Metal musicianship elevated by outrageously faultlessly production leads us into this latest masterpiece from Tulsa’s unmistakable 3mind Blight.
Releasing close to the launch of his latest book, the single acts as another fan-favourite for those addictively immersed in the dark skies and sentiments of all things Michael Blight Boucher.
Layering those unmistakable vocals in a uniquely bright and bold fashion, 3mind Blight masters the production and songwriting space, with his latest and perhaps last single for quite some time.
Heavy distortion and softer vocal threads unite for a nostalgic alt-rock sound – Groucho deliver a riff-strong anthem of evocative imagery and melodies, for Blood in the Water.
A welcomed twist of positivity from 3mind Blight, standing tall on the strength of both its set-up and the underlying intentions of the writing. Heartbreaking yet hopeful.
Stunning musicianship brings creativity and precision to the forefront, as 3mind Blight and Ray Roehrborn collaborate for the soaring rock soundscape Troubled Times.
Love Game is chaotic yet colourful, hypnotic and catchy but non-intrusive – feeling like both a rise-and-fall classic and an alternative, occasionally freestyle-seeming expression of true angst and uncertainty.
Forever willing to explore the lesser-covered realms of human complexity and pain, 3mind Blight continues to raise the bar creatively, whilst maintaining his edge and identity as an unmistakable artist.
Creative production takes a refreshing lead throughout the bold and beguiling new single from 3mind Blight.
Proving once again that reinvention comes naturally, 3mind Blight’s incomparable voice guides us through a divinely delicate soundscape for this melodic, poetic, heartbreaking yet softly hopeful new single.
Brilliant. Quirky yet dark, inherently juxtaposed by its own drowning sense of confusion and uncertainty – achieving a mighty degree of relatability in the process.