Our new album, “Oceans”, is now available for download or in CD format from Revlis Records along with all our past releases.
Overall Impression: The Silvers have cast a spell over all who are near with the release of their new song Someday. Enigmatic yet alluring, this Rock tune details being trapped by something or someone. You want to get away and should just run now, because there might not be an opportune time. The crunchy guitars stir up the foundation with a groove that will unite fans of Classic and Blues Rock. They use lead lines to pepper the mix and converse with the vocals. It creates a swarm of activity that almost puts the listener in a trance. A darkened, smoky quality blankets the entire tune. It adds a level of magic that reinforces the mysteriousness of the lyrics. All in all, Someday by The Silvers is a solid and mysterious new Rock tune that holds listeners captive.
Strongest Point(s): The music does a great job of reinforcing the mood and lyrics. The guitars stay in a lower range and grind up their tone. It is like boulders rolling down a hill, headed for destruction. The lead vocals have a smokey/breathy quality that vanishes and reappears throughout the tune. It is a cool approach that works well for the tune.
Target Audience Appeal: Fans of Rock, Blues, and Classic Rock will enjoy Someday by The Silvers.
Artist target suggestions: Eric Clapton, The Beatles, The Clash, The Who, Pink Floyd, Led Zeppelin, The Monkees, Jimi Hendrix, Santana, The Rolling Stones, Van Morrison, Bob Dylan, Paul Simon, John Mayer, The Grateful Dead
About The Reviewer: Zachary Larson is a professional guitarist in New York City. Getting his start in high school rock bands, he has since toured the world as a classical chamber musician, onboard cruise lines, and with several Broadway musicals. His recorded work spans across Classical, Pop, and Experimental music. His arrangements are published through Clear Note Publications. Classically trained, he holds a Master of Music degree from the University of Denver.
Categories: Reviews, The Silvers
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