The song takes a nuanced approach to love, covering the addictive-like tendency of constantly needing the attention of one specific person – a person that has immense power to create pleasure & proportionate pain.
SlickMick has been through something that’s difficult to imagine. The detail offered on this single is unwavering, holding nothing back, appearing as a mellow freestyle – a one-take expression of story-line & emotional impact.
The Scott Smith Band write beautiful songs, and their leading vocalist, the artist himself, has a subtle but stunning voice that carries their sound with power & personality.
Honesty drives the project, creative expression navigates. If you’ve been keenly anticipating a project that is nothing like its peers, nothing like you’ll have heard before; this is for you.
That level of self-belief is contagious in a great way, and production-wise the song has been crafted brilliantly, so everything just works, everything stands tall when it should. Defiantly an artist to look out for.
If you’re a fan of chilled out R&B vibes, this song might just be the one for you. Marvin Bloo’s single Oh Wow has evidently been written to accompany those late night sessions at the crib – it’s smooth, easy going, and works perfectly in that setting.
There isn’t just one aspect of this song that makes it great, what makes it exceptional is how everything comes together so cohesively, even down to the backing vocals.
The personal touch is hugely valuable, Joemayk offers a true part of himself up through his songs, and that truth is what will draw an audience in.
As a partner for the song, this is powerful, and notably unlike a lot of modern day videos you tend to stumble upon. Humans are interesting, and unique – we shouldn’t hide that. Realness is ultimately so valuable, as is art that embraces it.
Relationships are rarely all smiles & selfies, as is often portrayed. Morris’ sense of realism is refreshing & that empowering element runs deep. The song builds slowly but surely, and it’s totally satisfying in the process.
There’s a clear love story being told within the lyrics, also portrayed well through Alex’s singing. The emotion in his voice is relatable. We’ve all been in a place where we’ve been thinking about that one person in the most chaotic or socially inappropriate of times.
This project is undoubtedly about the songwriting, that’s what stands the tallest. It’s a strong collection that will likely be enjoyed by fans spanning from the Eagles to the more modern day indie-rock bands of not too long ago.