Ah, good. They're still doing new stuff. This isn't quite as catchy as some of their other ones.
What '80's band am I thinking his voice sounds like on occasion? (There were a few that sounded kind of alike). Is it Tears for Fears I'm thinking of? (A-Ha? The Outfield?) Does anyone think he sounds like some other lead from the '80's? Is anyone thinking the same thing here or is it just me?
His voice has a quality that he could sound like a few different people (one's Mercury, of course), but sometimes it sounds like someone else.
I came on to post this song as well and was going to say the same thing that it isn't quite as catchy. I'm not sure about which singer, but the lyrics remind me of Mike and the Mechanics "All I Need is a Miracle".
^^^ Geez, I hope they didn't peak already. I say "already" even though they've been around for quite a while. I only just discovered them, though, and I hope they still have some good stuff in them. (And it's only been, what, two albums and a few EP's? - three with a new one coming out whenever).
These last few don't sound quite as good.
"I want to decide who lives and who dies." --- Crow T. Robot
I agree, these last few songs aren't anything special to me. However, my wife can't stop playing that "Low Key in Love" song. She's probabably listened to it 30+ times in the past few days since we saw it on Youtube. I won't be surprised when she says he wants the Luke Spiller Funko Pop.
Post by TurkeyVolGuessnMan on Oct 16, 2020 10:05:37 GMT -5
I've listened to the new cd a few times and I like it. I didn't like it the first time through, but it quickly grew on me. It's definitely different from their first two cds. Most of the songs are along the lines of bluesy rock / the song with Def Leppard. Strange Days and Hit of Showmanship are about the only two that sound like the previous two cds.