Heather Frazier Behling
- Founder/Editor/Music Consultant/Blogger
Things I love: laughing, waterslides and pizza; I spend a lot of my time carrying on witty banter with myself in my head. It's like a sitcom there.
- consulting, editing, music writing / blogging, music blogging
- indie rock, indie pop, electronic, indie, music, dance, synthpop, electro pop, chillwave, dark ambient, indie electronic
- Pittsburgh, PA
The beginning of the song wasn't my favorite. It wasn't until around 2 minutes in that I realized that I do sort of like the song. However, I love the instrumentals and tension building around 2:50 that lasts throughout the rest of the track. This would be great in a dramatic scene of a movie or show. You could really have fun making a video for this if you haven't already.
Love the build up in the intro. I also really like the beat in the background around 40 seconds in. This is very catchy and danceable. After the 2 minute mark it starts to get a little of a Rusted Root vibe, which is also awesome. Best of luck! I'll share this track!
I wasn't sure what to expect when I hit the play button; but this really soothed me. I felt peaceful while listening to it and imagined myself frolicking through nature. It struck a chord (so to speak) with my soul. It is music that in order to be fully appreciated, it deserves all of your attention.
I really enjoyed the song --- and though I haven't heard any of the other songs, I agree that this one is radio-friendly. The video was great -- it kept me interested and I really like the idea behind it as well (even though I wouldn't have thought of it like that until I read the description). Best of luck!
There's a lot that I enjoy about this song. The guitars are a huge one. Love the 1:20 mark when we get to rock out 90s style. The lyrics were good, I liked the reference to a "pretty boy," that's amusing to me and although it isn't relatable for me, I'm very sure that it is for the male gender that's mad about their girl picking a "pretty boy" over them. Good luck!
LOVED the instrumentals at the beginning and end of the song. Also really enjoy the chords in between the chorus (ex. the 1:10 mark). Pretty good song, although it is not something I would download. Maybe if there were more of the instrumentals and guitars I would enjoy it more. The "girl you gotta savor" started to become too monotonous for the rest of the song. :) Good luck with the album, I see it was released yesterday? I will have to check out the other tracks.