When you listen to what Caellus has been involved with, it’s difficult to expect anything less than brilliant, and for that brilliance to arrive at scale.
A fascinating concept. This next album is indeed one for the fans, one that puts it’s audience first & doesn’t include anything that isn’t deemed worthy.
These attentive observations come partly as metaphor, partly as reality. There’s a distinct presence of sadness, but it’s quite empowering to hear.
A well rounded piece of songwriting with an easy to listen to, uplifting ambiance that’s loaded with good vibes.
The organic nature of the instrumentation allows you to hear the unique characteristics of the voice & appreciate the beautiful optimism of the lyrics.
In a wonderful way, this unorthodox structure reflects perhaps the highs & lows of being an American right now & everything that comes with that.
There’s always room for the inspiring or motivational in music. The dark undertones of this track make for a believable, easier to relate to piece of audio.
The passion & power of folk-rock is alive & thriving. Passing Shadows offers everything we know & love about the genre, but with a fresh take on it all.
The artist’s vocal performance has a wonderful warmth & strength to it. The song is well written with enough quirky, unique character to make it stand out.
Without question, the track is big – the sound is crisp & Brielle’s vocals shine brightly; the artist brings a style & strength that’s incomparable.
The songwriting has something notably unusual about it – you’re likely to find yourself hanging on those words & wondering what inspired it all.
There are distinct stories being told by these compositions. The tracks progress as a film would; the gentle & the intense, the highs & the lows.