Sparkling with rhythms carried by both percussion and synths, the song holds a steady energy like a person charged with love walking through life.
Full of beautiful melodies, emotions and some of the most soulful vocals, “Darling Ocean” is an EP most welcome for spending a cozy rainy day. There’s plenty of depth in each song for the heart, wonderful and pleasing instrumentation for ears and a serene sense for the mind.
As I’m living in a farm full of animals, the concept of death and life are known to me. Witnessing a birth or the movement
“We invite you to imagine the world of our songs after they stop. What do the streets look like? Are you indoors? Is it cold? As songwriters, Mark Christopher and I are compelled to craft narratives for the characters in our songs, much like Cassie designs her worlds for our music to inhabit, like a soundtrack. By listening to our lyrics, you’re eavesdropping into our characters’ private worlds of fantasies and obsessions that propel the dark, orchestral pop music we love to write.” Maggie Dave
Soft and caressing melodies hummed by a choir of voices surround with the sometimes fleeting feel of acceptance. At times it feels like the singer and instrumental side are joined together playing a different part – the instrumental side being the warm comforting embrace for the singer feeling heavy with thoughts.
This album, it’s loaded with emotions coming as they are. I bet it will be a change most refreshing especially for people who feel tired of false happiness instilled by everything.