The latest offering from indie act The Muster Point Project called “The Little Things” is a true musical delight that encapsulates the essence of rock ‘n’ roll.
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From the moment the song kicks off with its bouncy drum groove, it’s clear that you’re in for a treat. This track, the fifth single from their impressive 5-song EP, is a result of a unique collaboration with Canadian novelist Geoff Moore. Moore’s insightful words beautifully complement the music, offering a poignant reflection on life’s small graces and the wisdom that comes with age.
From the moment the song begins with its infectious bouncy drum groove, you’re drawn into its groovy rock vibes. The vocals harmonize beautifully, and the fuzzy guitars add an extra layer of warmth to the music. The drums and bassline provide a solid foundation, creating a sound that’s both engaging and irresistible. The Muster Point Project, led by the multi-talented Kevin Franco, showcases their musical prowess with this track. They draw inspiration from a wide range of musical storytellers, from John Prine to Tom Petty, and it’s evident in their sound.
The music video for the song features Moore singing to a background of abstract act animation revolving around butterflies.”The Little Things” is a groovy upbeat indie rock song that puts you in a good mood and encourages reflection on life.
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Geoff Moore’s insightful lyrics add depth to “The Little Things,” celebrating the smaller moments that make up the fabric of our lives. His words resonate with anyone who appreciates the wisdom that comes with age and the beauty of cherishing life’s simple pleasures. As Kevin Franco aptly puts it, “Working with a novelist has added incredible depth to the storytelling of The Little Things and the other songs on our EP.” This collaboration has produced a song that’s not just catchy but also thought-provoking.
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