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Thanks for submitting. I am going to say with 100% accuracy that I never in a million years thought that I would get a song that I actually like, let alone love, on Fluence. This is really darkly emotional, with several different layers and approaches to the track that never confuses the original message. This is really really great. Congrats. Jason Lytle too? Killer. PS, did some poking around and I think I like this more than the original mix.
Reminds me of Six Organs of Admittance or later Comets on Fire or one of those Ben Chasny related bands. Jammy psych epic of mammoth proportions. Shades of krautrock. Really kind of into this... just enough drone/repetition and changeover to keep it spaced out but interesting. Thats a hard feat to do.... space out but not bore. Kudos. FYI, this is the first "LOVE IT" I have issued on here. So congrats on that.
Its absolutely beautiful. Stunning track, I like the production a lot... the track swells, ebbs and flows well and has a very soundtrack-y feel. My only complaint is that it may be just a touch too long... may have a bit more impact if it was a touch shorter. But yes, this should be played at the most dramatic point of a film... I feel like that is where it would best be served. The video is nice too.
Hey there! This thing is really broad in scope with incredible arrangements, and I love that! I think that what this song really needs is some balls to it... that can be accomplished with a really prominent low-end/bass line. I feel like that would really juxtapose well against the horns and the strings and really fill out the sound. I love the vocals... killer falsetto parts, and amazing range! This is not particularly something I would be into, but I can see the value there and hear good songwriting. Good work.
Really impressive. I like this track almost about as much as the last one you sent, probably more. Really strong cinematic quality with killer melodies. I love how it evolves and the focus of the song changes, first the accordion, then the strings. Its really smart and feelslike it could be part of a whimsical or romantic French film. Killer work.