Release Radar #66

I got 5 new release lined-up, let’s dive in.

Motionless – Colorblind

Opening with electronic effects and synthesized vocals, the first verse is carried by the drums and adds normal vocals. Adding the electronic effects back as well as a guitar and louder vocals on the chorus contrast with the slow burning second verse. The second chorus goes much the same as the first, only ending in a breakdown on the bridge. The song ends with one last chorus.

Lyrically the song seems to describe a struggle with mental health.

What I like about this song is how electronics are used in the instrumentation and the vocal energy.

If I Needed Help, I Wouldn’t Call (911) -Cleveland Avenue

Fading in with far away vocals and guitar, the song first introduces instrumentals before going to the first verse. The chorus kicks up the energy level with some easycore influences. The second chorus goes by a lot faster, with the chorus going around again. Featured on the bridge is an A Capella part before the song ends with one last chorus.   

Lyrically the song to mostly be about a relationship going wrong, with some undertones of current effects.

What I like about this song are the upbeat tones and pop punk energy.   

Complications -Frnd crcl

Opening with slow guitars, they quickly get faster before introducing the vocals into the mix. Alternating vocals on the chorus, the song doesn’t change a lot about the instrumentation. Going with the same blue print on the second verse the song quickly flows back to its chorus. The bridge is filled with quick vocal flows and slow instrumentals, the song ends with one last chorus.  

Lyrically the song talks about a complicated friendship/relationship and the protagonist his struggles with it.

What I like about this song are the vocal flows and the lyrical hooks   

Deliver Us – Ann My Dice

Kicking of with distorted guitars and pounding drums, the song also slowly adds electronic effect into the mix on the chorus. The second verse features the same distorted instrumentals, as well as louder vocals. Building in a more eerie manner on the bridges is the combination of guitar, drum and bass, later changing to electronics and lastly adding back the vocals. Topping it all of with guitar solos and pounding drums. These screeching guitars and vocals.

Lyrically the song talks about the pressure of fitting in and living up to expectations.

What I like about this song are the hard-hitting instrumentals and the energetic vocals featured on the song.

3AM – Myriad 

Opening with slow rhythmic drums and soft vocals, the song slowly streams forward keeping with a mellow instrumentation. Adding some electronics to change things up, the song doesn’t make a clear break to the chorus, but does add more vocals into the mix. An instrumental section breaks the hypnotic flow of the vocals, before the song breaks out with fuzzy guitars, ending the song with these new instrumentals and the same vocal flow.

Lyrically the song deals with the sleeplessness and overthinking

What I like about this song is the overall mellow vibe.   

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