Joe Coss and his band Liquid Phase take listeners back in time with this beautifully upbeat celebration of life, travel, and the little things that make it all worth while.
Bright Colors emerges as a defiantly refreshing new song, more than worthy of your time as 2020’s musical landscape begins to already overflow.
The song chronicles the journey of singer Joe, from 2005 to 2013, as he traveled from LI’s East End to New York City, to work as Lead Mechanical Engineer on the new World Trade Center. The video for the release offers equally nostalgic images and scenes to accompany the heartwarming optimism and gratitude of the song. The completed experience is precisely the remedy, however brief, for our modern day fears and uncertainty.
A beautifully written and effectively structured song, with a nineties pop-rock simplicity but a complex undertone that connects on a deeply human level.
This official remastering of the song has given it a rightful brightness that helps the mood and intentions stand tall with ease in a contemporary setting. The melodic progression, the laid-back, appreciative nature of the writing, and indeed Joe’s own authentically grateful and soulful yet accessible delivery, all helps make this an addictive and memorable new hit.
Beautiful. Songwriting with meaning, crafted to reflect on the past, the present, and offer a simple yet sublime sense of well-being.
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