We paint the walls for you, we make the world come true. Red. Green. And Blue.
You decide for yourself.
This isn’t usually my kind of music, but I’m expanding my horizons and the honesty of this message in a pop song appealed to me. A good self-care message for your Sunday.
Despite the fact that this is categorized as Christian & Gospel (which is not my personal jam), I’m loving the 1996 middle school dance vibes of this song for the summer.
The future IS female.
This song is everything you want because it’s everything you need…from the 1980s.
So glorious I never want it to end!
What I love most about AroarA’s In The Pines is the album’s unpredictable intelligence. Each song could almost stand alone in genre and form, but instead of leading to incohesion they function like wind chimes–the longer they reverberate off one another, the more organic the sound becomes. With lead vocals that switch from feminine to masculine, tempos that consistently shift, and pared-down layers of instrumentation that pop in and out, In The Pines is weighted by a sense of whimsy that is playful yet commanding. Quintessentially Montreal in sound, so fun and eclectic that it’s impossible to be bored; a great Saturday in the city soundtrack.