Midnight River has a slight-but-not-too-much commercial feeling, and keeps Blythe's typical ripping voice supported by the melodic back vocals, introspective piano and soft synthesizers.
With a very deep sound to every song, the track list (or set-list really) is like a slow and melodic journey to the most gentle human inside each one of us.
LOYAL immediately drawn us to their down-tempo house feel allied with heavy, effortless bass and fluid piano which promises to make an impact on the indie dance-floors all over the world.
A song with everything our body and soul needs. It mixes a Jazzy feeling to a pop voice spanning vibrant lyrics and catchy melodies.
Massive Attack are back. Listen carefully. This is strange-scary and hypnotically good.
An emotional roller-coaster, a slow roll of sensitive notes and words which somehow seem so very appropriate for every single moment.
The Brooklyn native singer/songwriter made a ballad about Johny Cash and June Carter which not only makes justice to the roots of American music but pushes a pop feeling which makes it truly memorable.
TABFH magically put together innocent, powerful voices and electronic vibes into a catchy yet refreshing formula.