I like your song. The rhythm is quite classic but it works. I can't judge the lyrics, my english isn't good enough for that. The video is original. I like the part with the robot. I just find it's a pity that the image moves during the part in the bus.
A very strong intro, employing great use of fuzzed-out power chord crunch and dirty electric guitar lead. The sing-along chorus and shoot from the hip lyrics found in the verses definitely have the potential to connect with listeners. The free-riffing between verse and chorus keep things musically interesting as the song progresses, and prevents any sort of stale same-ness between verses. The simplicity of the song's message is probably the strongest aspect of the song, as it is rendered immediately recognizable and memorable. Over all, an extremely solid offering with definitely potential for staying-power and repeated listens.
This song has great energy, reminds me of the sound of ELO, and makes me want to turn it up, especially for the guitar around 1:20. Cool video. Production and arrangement very well done once again. Send so I can play on a future Aspenbeat radio show. thanks for your submission!
I hear an interesting track which starts off well with a nice bassline and use of guitar, however about one minute into the track it seems to lose it's flow and it almost becomes a different track when the synth kicks in during the middle eight. The start sounds nice though!
The track was unexpectedly rocking. I really wasn't prepared for the electric guitars and background electronic bits, and I was pleasantly surprised. I think the vocals needed a bit of work--either on the singer's end or in mixing/mastering, but altogether it was a really interesting listen.
The acoustic guitar intro is instantly engaging, with an extremely catchy bass line and lead vocal in the verse. The synth flourishes at the one-minute mark seemingly come out of left field, but nonetheless pepper the song with some welcome variety. Likewise, the shredding lead electric guitar at the 1:30 mark and in the second verse elevate the song to an entirely new plateau. The scrambled spoken-word audio samples provide a pleasantly disorienting quality that add another sonic layer to an already dense mosaic of sound. Overall, an extremely catchy and well-executed song.
At the beginning, when the song just started, I thought that it will be another good, proper, but a little bit boring piece. Now, after listening to the full track couple times I have to tell you how wrong I was! "Polythene Sky" is truly engaging, which doesn't often happen to me when it comes to all these settled down, peaceful songs. The only thing that I would change is the coherence between the melody line and vocals. Cool visuals btw! Thanks for sharing this track with me!
This is a killer tune. This kind of song and music fits me perfectly. It's a cool sunny weekend afternoon tune that just makes me want to sit there and enjoy life with my loved ones. I've listed to this three times already, and since it's a sunny Sunday afternoon, I'm going to share it in the perfect moment. Many thanks for sending this to me. Please send me more music just like this! Great work :) Oh, and I bought your album on Bandcamp.
Audio: I really enjoyed the guitar work on this, and the voice is very clear and accessible. As a song I can see adding it to my spotify and mixing it into my daily soundtrack. Visual: While the cloud imagery is nice, I feel like I wanted to move forward to some of the more interesting visuals (the moon and the stars) faster than you get to it in the video. The transitional work is very beautiful though, and overall the video matches the soothing tone of the song.
Beautiful, slow mood song, artful lyrics, and expansive video scenes that add to the song's mood. Very good/professional production, arrangement, composition and performance. I can hear the song playing on something like the Sirius Coffeehouse channel. Will include it on an Aspenbeat radio show sometime in future, please send download and lyrics too. Thanks for your submission