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Definitely a unique sound. A little too niche for my tastes but there is something there. Has a slightly "toy instrument" sound. Not a bad thing necessarily but has to find that specific audience. The band Mountain Goats comes to find for a similar audience style.
The vibe is good and does the song justice. Vocal delivery has a nice pace. In my opinion the production and mix could use some work. Levels seem uneven and disjointed at times. A good mastering may fix this.
Smooth production. Nice use of the full sonic spectrum. If I had to nitpick, it may need some breaks of the beat to keep the attention of the listener. I like your story. Flesh out your artist bio a little more. Get in touch with your next single to possibly set up a premiere. Reach out at Keith@IndieBandGuru.com
Smooth vibe perfect for the summer. The flute is incredible. We added the track to out new Sun Sand Indie playlist - https://open.spotify.com/playlist/3buvqPe1DuFhBFJdJW2OCY?si=ee8d29c998374891 Please follow and share the playlist too.
Beautifully unique vocals. The interesting beat and instrumentation keep the attention of the listener as well. Quality songwriting. Honestly, I expected a different tone with the title "Summertime". I was pleasantly surprised.
Solid songwriting. The opening is quite different. Kind of feels like 2 separate songs. Not sure about commercial viability. Possibly with a bigger production style and focus. Personally I like the rockin' section more. Early PR would probably mention the wheelchair-bound front woman angle but then could focus on the music after that. It is rare (especially in the rock vein) so it would be a catching point.
I like how the production builds from relatively simple at the start to a mix of many sounds as the song progresses. An intriguing song that I feel has potential. If I had to nit pick, the hook could grab more. A little too similar sounding to the rest of the track.