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Your Life Is A Song By My Autumn Amor Album Captivates Rebellious Optimism At Its Finest

25 Jul

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Get ready to dance the night away and listen to the album Your Life Is A Song by Autumn Amor. With lyrics from the Your Life Is A Song track like “thank you for being you” and “dance like the world is ending”, add an undercurrent of rebellious optimism in the tone of the song. Instrumentals that form a baseline in the background that are subtle and steady, climax into an upbeat jam session with the drums and heavy guitar only adds to the rock session that the album creates. Throughout the entirety of the album, there is a tone of activism and optimism. Heavy punk undertones fill up the album both in music style, lyrics, and instrumentals. When thinking about other bands that share similar sounds, Nickleback, Lemuria, and Smashing Pumpkins all come to mind. From a storytelling perspective, a lot of the songs on the album describe unrequited love, pushing through life’s obstacles, and embracing the chaos along with the way.

Artist Website

http://www.myautumnamor.com

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My Autumn Amor Stirs That Love Feeling In Letters To Brie

14 Jul

The vocal talents of Thomas Monroe will mesmerize you within this album Letters To Brie with a combination of anthems, dreams, and heartbreak. When listening to Monroe’s voice, you can draw similarities between John Darnielle of The Mountain Goats, Conor Oberst of The Bright Eyes, and subtle hints of Nate Ruess from fun. To hear a woman vocalist sing about heartbreak is one thing and it can be raw, angsty, and fill you up with emotion. On the other hand, a man’s point of view is refreshing and gives a different perspective. The narrative qualities combined with real conversations and a twist of a love song all make everything work on Letters To Brie.The combination of minimal musical instruments with the right balance of rock guitar and percussion work well with the impeccable sound mastering quality to make it more than just a broken heart waiting to be mended.

 

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