Single Review: Western Disco – ‘The Sun’1 min read
There’s no simpler way to begin a song than with a recorder. That’s the instrument Western Disco makes use of for the main riff of their latest single The Sun. This song is anything from simple though. Within seconds of the track’s opening, a clear disco groove is struck and in no time you’ll be on your feet and dancing.
While many dance tracks these days rely on ear splitting bass and faster tempos than you could even imagine, Western Disco’s The Sun takes a decidedly slower turn at things, and it pays off. The steady drum beat, against the smooth floating vocals makes for a song that straddles a line between chill summer days and fast paced nights at a club. The Sun is a pop song perfect for all moods and scenarios. Furthermore, it’s catchy and it will undoubtedly get stuck in your head.
After listening to the song just once you’ll either be tapping along to that recorder riff or humming along to the song’s refrain. Either way, your spirits will be lifted in having this song around.
As chaotic and manic as daily life can easily become for most of us, The Sun reminds us to take a step back and take a deep breath because “the sun is up, the sun is the life.” It’s as simple as that.
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