Grey Fields Keeps You Afloat With A New Single
A fresh track from Grey Fields brings on a vast and alt-pop sound with late 90's rock undertones driven by ambient feels and melodic hooks that feel floaty and full.
"Weather The Storm" is beautiful in many ways from it's in room performance feel, to the underground sound that takes you to a dream-rock state of mind.
The track is loaded with layers of guitars that sway and swim through your head hours after it's ended.
A cinematic and powerful rock lullabye that builds from textures and notes that become the songs ether as it all comes together.
Violins, guitars, and a wonderfully anthemic tonality makes up the songs massive aesthetic.
The track is like hovering just above the ground and surrounds you with an almost rustic and lush atmosphere that washes you away until it's over and you end up staring at the sky in a deepend trance.
"Weather The Storm" is completely hypnotizing and colorful as it paints with a subtle while keeping its energy and drive steady and growing.
The song is warming and feels like a sort of comfort you didn;t know you had before.
We could use more songs like this.
This is an amazing track to wake up and play straight away. It'll get you in a positive mood and there is something slightly inspiring about it.
Grey Fields have done an outstanding job weaving sounds together and creating something that breathes.
We suggest headphones and some alone time for this one.