Unrequited love can be difficult. It can be especially difficult when it comes to having any romantic feelings for one of your friends. Getting placed in the friend zone is a spot that nearly everyone wants to avoid, a place that does not make you feel like you will ever be set free. In his latest song “Friend Zone”, Sway Clarke captivates the feelings of being placed in the friend zone.
Even though the song is titled “Friend Zone”, it takes a different approach to what being in the friend zone is truly like. The song is about your significant other breaking up with you for someone else. Even though your significant other broke up with you, the four word line is used: “Let’s just be friends”.
The song has a unique tone to it. In the song Sway Clarke reminds us what it is like to be exiled to the friend zone. With his song “Friend Zone”, Sway Clarke proves why he is a force to be reckoned with in music.
Bohnes has released an acoustic version of his latest single “My Friends”, and an EP filled with the track featuring artists such as Chace, Milk N Cooks, VCDC, Chantry, and Pretty Sister. “My Friends” is about getting to know your “enemies” or demons and befriending them instead of trying to run away or avoiding them. The original video version of “My Friends” is definitely different than the acoustic version. This version is much slower than the original version. The vocals in the song are more passionate, but it retains the same meaning. You can already hear the passion through Bohnes’ voice, but the video tugs at your heartstrings even more.
Bohnes is seen walking along an airplane that looks scratched up. The song is being played during a beautiful sunset. “My Friends” shows that our demons stay with us forever so we may as well befriend them. It is an absolute masterpiece, and the anticipation of seeing what Bohnes releases next is nail biting.
With a follow up from his previous single “Favourite Song”, Pizzagirl has what it takes to go far with his music. The indie musician is back with a new track entitled “Carseat”, and lyrics that make it easy to listen to from start to finish. The song has a nostalgic pop vibe to it to that feels straight out of a movie. In four minutes, Pizzagirl makes you feel like you are on a ride. When listening to the track it is like you are being taken to a new fascinating world that has never been seen before.
“Carseat” is a dedication to drivers that cannot drive. Often the passengers in the car can control the music the entire destination while the driver has to focus on driving. In “Carseat”, the passenger is controlling the music.
Hailing from Essex, England, 22-yearold Luke Burr has hit his stride with new mesmerizing single “Too Far Gone”. The song starts off with slow piano. Burr sings about it being too late to stop loving someone.
The very powerful beat changes up when it hits the chorus. The instrumental sounds of the song flow perfectly with Luke’s soulful voice.When listening to “Too Far Gone” it makes you love the thought of love. Luke Burr’s passionate voice sings about his loved one flawlessly while making the listener feel like he or she is in love. From the lyrics alone, you imagine the person he is singing about, and maybe even compare him or her to your own loved one. This song has the power to hold your attention from start to finish, and you might not want to stop listening.
Pop group Honey Child is releasing their self-titled ninth album on, you guessed it, February 9th. Honey Child was created by Claire McKeown and features Claire Boutelle, Aimee Jacobs, Danielle Mandell, Dayna Richards, Jacquelyn Sky, and Cynthia Zitter. Each of the ladies in the all female group was hands-on in the production process, making this an album of strength in its design.
The album consists of nine songs and clocks in at 28 minutes in total. One of the songs from the album is titled “Run With Me”, which is the first single released from their album. “Run With Me” is a fascinating song that will transport you to a different world. It is about people that have had enough of materialistic things in the world. The people that are fed up decide to run away to another part of the earth, such as the river. The beat from “Run With Me” is very captivating, the singers basically “steal away” from the world.
Another song from the album is “She Calls His Name”. The beat and the melody mesh seamlessly together. The ladies’ voices blend well together, creating a fascinating affect on the listener. The song is like a mix of classical music – meets a little pop – that will leave you wanting more.
Other songs from the album include “Standing in The Shadows”, “Gotta Wait Another Night”, “I See Other Sides”, “Sorrows Arms”, and “Our Last Goodbye”.