The juxtaposition of the concepts of pride & shame is appealing. The music feeds this intrigue further & affectionately holds your attention.
On some level this album encapsulates the shared feelings of life at this very moment, and it offers a comforting outlet for anyone who may be struggling.
An open plea to those who haven’t involved themselves in politics or who see voting as pointless. The point is if you don’t vote, your voice won’t be heard.
The nostalgia of the idea, the imagery, the warmth & familiarity of the music; all of this helps really draw you in & connect you to the song & the music.
The crisp & heavy hit of country rock & roll explodes into action. The band have a clear knowledge & passion for the intricate style & skills of the genre.
Joshua has the feeling of being an instant classic, a timeless, uplifting & inspiring piece of music to refer back to again & again.
All at once distant & intimate. The artist’s vocal performance is gentler here than on previous recordings, though it always has a captivating softness.
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.