With an electrifying collision of rock's historic roots and modern alternative texturing, combined with impeccable lyrical and musical craftsmanship, Stereo Motion's self-titled debut is sure to get listeners' fists in the air and ears ringing with admiration.
Immediate attention-grabbers include the gun-slinging guitars and vocal grunts of "Steal The Show," the mounting tension of "Sweetest Sound," and the explosive "Revolution Times" (certain to make AC/DC proud), all of which simultaneously indulge listeners in a nostalgic time warp and a contemporary cavalcade of stylistic superiority. It's a seamless bridging of two generations, met with equally relevant and life-affirming songwriting that rises above demographics and belief mechanisms.
"New Face" and the equally infectious "Tip Of My Tongue" are two bookend wake-up calls for listeners to start impacting the world around them and lift people up with love. Feelings of affection and tenderness continue on the epic acoustic ballad "Loving Every Minute," an easily relatable ode to relationships, and the dramatic darkness of "Here To Save You," which descriptively details Christ's painful experience on the cross.
Producer Jason Burkum (Audio Adrenaline, The Swift) stretched this budding band musically as well by recording all of the album's basic tracks live in the studio instead of leaving the project floundering amid a sea of artificial overdubs. As a result, both Stereo Motion's vocals and instrumentation can be heard with the ardor and fervency that can only be captured in the heat of the moment, rather than the stuffy and sterile studio sounds that abound in modern-day mixes.
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