If you’ve ever wondered what good Hindu-Latin rock sounds like, you’ve come to the right place.
Aza Brown in his single “Afterthought” knows how to excite, intrigue, and tell a deep and meaningful story, all in a happy and optimistic atmosphere that leaves you no choice but to want to get up and dance.
Brown is a singer and creator who comes to us from Chesterfield, UK, and writes about the way to stop feeling sorry for yourself.
In mesmerizing Latin melody, guitar with an addictive sound, synths, a psychedelic atmosphere, and such a special rhythm that just makes you move. Perhaps the greatest feature of the song, apart from the lyrics, is the sound. A vintage retro sound that I have not heard for a long time, an amazing production that fills my ears and body with delicious music from such talented people.
Brown talks about the moment to get up and take action, stop feeling sorry for yourself, and take command.
In the song, he describes a gifted moment that each of us went through once we realized that someone had exploited us, that someone had pushed us, treated us disrespectfully, and from there it’s a short way to create a fantasy of revenge.
Brown with intense talent and cheerful melody sends us thoughts of the oldest story of all, “Do I deserve it?”. The things you understand beyond thoughts with yourself, the gloom, the misery, the pity, very quickly come to another and unexpected place, much stronger, much sharper and Brown takes us this way in such an extraordinary manner.
His colorful melody, which lets us listen to the song over and over and every time find something new to be sucked into, and in quiet dance steps, he puts us into a guitar solo that melts every part left in your body and makes you, him, and the melody, to one.
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You can obviously find it in the following Playlists on release: Fresh Singles, Indie Only, Alterindie State Of Mind, and 12 New Songs This Week.
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