Combining the tantalising sounds of Radiohead Phoebe Bridgers and Cleopatrick. The group has created a densely textured moody song that finds them maturing their sound and moving into new sonic territories.
A poignant recounting of a loved one who has passed away, Her Love lyrically delves into grief, love and the hope that they will return. The painful loss and desire for love is beautifully recounted in McHugh’s poetic lyrics: “Our hands touch, and I know it’s you/Our eyes meet, and we see through/That all I want is you” The songwriters monotone vocals reflect this longing as he weaves around a smooth gliding bassline and subtle guitar pickings that create a murky but heartfelt sound. Building with layer upon layer of instrumentation the songwriters frustration of loss finally erupts into spine tingling crescendo of soaring vocals and explosive guitars.
Nosebleeds is an upbeat, high-energy track, with nostalgic video game vibes and filled with gaming and cartoon references as Aaron is known for.
Having made a name for herself, producing original folk-based, classically influenced songs that are crammed with emotional complexities and heartfelt sincerity.
Plucky and exciting are the two best descriptors I can think of to describe Cross-Channel Music’s newest single ‘Bygone Days.’
I have a great appreciation for music artists who are able to competently tell a story over a pop song. Michelle Ward, whose debut single ‘Dolly Daydreaming’ has just been released, could teach a master class in storytelling.
If pulsating basslines, gritty guitar riffs and crooning vocals are your thing, then Bury Me With Your Money will be right up your alley.
Philip Jonathon releases his second single. A beautifully soothing song with simplistic yet optimistic feel.