Song Description

A spacey synth rock track about finding a place to belong from outside of what is normal or accepted. Probably inspired unconsciously by our high school experience.

Song Length 3:04 Genre Pop - Alternative, Rock - New Wave
Tempo Medium Slow (91 - 110) Lead Vocal Male Vocal
Mood Composed, Poignant Subject Loneliness, Stars, Planets, Space
Similar Artists Passion Pit, Foster The People Language English
Era 2000 and later

Strange stuff a bit lo-fi, a bit electronic, a bit eighties, a bit Billy Idol, with an acoustic intro that could be Simon & Garfunkel or HarryBudini. Sounds alternative, actually. Nice musical box ending.

Woah... a great pop song here. Super cool, mellow mix to start things off and then on into a great building, perfectly executed song. With just the right amount of sweetening with the bridge moving things out for a bit, and then back into the already-comfortable chorus that you can't wait to hear again. Ending like it began... we're talking great stuff here folks.

Lyrics Dane Granja Music Matthew Haronian, Sherry Romanzi
Producer Matthew Haronian Performance Eat Crepes
This track is on 1 Member Playlists
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Mark Urso Review Ideas 2/22/2019

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