Yeah. One does not quit his passion after a fraction of time, that I know, but maybe it is part of our faulty humanic system? Gotta believe in that. Now, as the song says between the lines, "I've been laying low" for some time but finally here it is, a delicate, touching, emotional, felicitous set of letters that are turning my complex thoughts into simple blog posts encoded in songs. Well. Today's guest is the distinguished The Night VI, supposedly an "Anglo-French" band namely Sophie-Rose (vocals), Anna (harp), Bogart (bass), Jack (lead guitar), Kristy (keyboards) and Bo (drums), with their sort of masterpiece (yeah, couldn't think of any other word here) "Thinking of You" that is sure to take you away like a darkening leaf on a melancholic night of autumn, trying to find its holy ground to decay at peace.
The song is one of those which hosts the harmony of instruments and the voices - apparently Sophie-Rose has a voice that is meant to take you away, thinking of that someone, someone special probably. Having the priviledge to listen to a song of such quality calls to mind a strange feeling, questioning on whether or not leaving your beloved one behind could be a better idea than it first seems.
Guitars, keyboard, then drums and then the vocals - along with perfect touches on harp strings somehow, make this one worth listening. When it comes to the inner world of the harmony, I guess since thinking of someone would be a way too serious act - and for that person to occupy a nicely heated chamber in your heart - so is and does the song, in its most literal sense, reminding you the good old days with a cool breeze of a cold night that you could have been spending, perhaps, in a better way. Anyways, here's to the song:
Considering the fact that the band has released their debut album just a month ago, it is my humble opinion that it is quite a success - even not even taking into account the thousands that are following them on various social media platforms providing support. If you feel like doing so, here are the links that you'll find convenient. Please enjoy.