Starchild’s Come To The Sun has something inherently heartbreaking about it as the music pours through. While the subject matter is incredibly optimistic, indicative of hope and subsequently designed to inspire that and a sense of possibility, the musicality leans in a slightly more melancholic direction.
This descending chord progression and the simultaneously descending melody line, along with the gentle and emotive nature of the leading voice, seems to really reach out for the heart and refuse to let go. On the other hand, there is something calming about the song – to be able to angle it either way is an impressive trait.
Come To The Sun is beautiful, really well written and gorgeously performed – flawlessly produced too, letting the whole thing work its magic best when played at volume. These contrasting emotions that flood through are all part of the general effect the song has on its listeners. As an introduction to Starchild, the song does a fine job of offering something new, professionally crafted, creative, and easy to connect with. That fusion of sadness and positivity is addictive, making fans of the track highly likely to return again and again to experience it.
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