An ever-intriguing Good Spells returns this season with a fine balance of other-worldly ambient design and softly intense vocal sentiments.
Instantly cinematic for both its haunting audio presence and the impressively mighty accompanying visuals, In For The Kill delivers a thought-provoking and immersive experience – one that makes fine use of creative musicality as much so as rhythmic and thoughtful lyrical depth.
Just three minutes fifteen in length, there’s a defiant vastness to In For The Kill that allows it to captivate the listener from the moment things begin. The soundscape features mysterious traits throughout, but also makes sure to follow a fairly familiar, melancholic and emotive chord pattern, with rightfully recognizable melodies quietly reappearing along the way.
Meanwhile, the voice emerges as merely a whisper, passionate yet distant, to draw you in closer still as you attempt to build a stronger understanding of the journey and the purpose of the track.
Notably unique for each who delves in, there’s intention to everything about In For The Kill, but it still does a fine job of promising something slightly different for all who listen.
Gifting both nostalgia and originality in everything from the complexity of the topic to the professionalism and appeal of the mix, In For THE Kill is a refreshing new take on what’s possible with modern music, and proves rewarding to escape into at volume.
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