Sons Of Silver present stunning rock vocals and a seductive blues-rock groove on this latest single. Never Enough is easy to love, a smooth track with a slightly eighties-style hook melody but a gritty and crisp instrumental set-up that lets the live-vibe shine through.
The song is made of up short lines and moments, distinct riffs and lyrics, plenty of space and rhythm – this gives it a quickly memorable aura, not unlike the way that effective pop music tends to work. With this though, that voice, complete with its depth of tone and that near-whispered rasp, walks hand-in-hand with the simple swagger of the guitars, the bass, and the drums.
You get a slightly indie-rock, anthem-vibe from this set-up – reminiscent of the sound of the mainstream just a decade or so ago. In among this though, Sons Of Silver make sure to keep bringing you back to these elements that make the style their own. Part of this is the seemingly Muse-inspired guitar solo, the softening reverb and production approach, and indeed the concept.
The song is well worth listening to in full more than just the one time. The groove is easy to get into anyway, partly nostalgic but generally just a pleasure to play at volume, the lyrics though offer a little bit more each time – connecting for their originality, and indeed for their honesty and the mild sense of vulnerability they seem to share. Hopefully there’s plenty more music to come.