Scatterchild Releases A Driving Pop-Ballad
A fresh single from Scatterchild brings a sense of calm in the form of textured indie-pop sounds that fill the air with an array of colors and with a tasteful and lush atmosphere.
"No Sense To End" is a classic rock influenced track that boasts some warm piano and flowing vocals to go along with light percussion and guitars that float through the songs ether to make something that comes across cinematic and full.
String sections creep in and build the tracks drive into an emotional and passionate chorus that has the ability to engulf you as you get washed away with the song's tonality.
The single is quite beautiful and makes you think as memories flash through your head. There is something delightful about the song. Like watching a sunset on a perfect day.
The sounds fade into each other and you get that climax you wanted toward the end.
Upon further digging, you'll find a wide variety of material released from Scattershild and it's ever changing and ever evolving into different things all the time.
This is what songwriting is all about. Change. Not adapting. But writing songs that come from someplace that drives you and doing it with a freedom that no boundaries are a part of.
The Scattershild discography holds some gems for sure and each one brings something totally new to the table.
We'd suggest starting with "No Sense To End" which sounds like part of the newest phase of songwriting for the band.
You'll get a good feel for the warmth and power behind the sound.
But if you go back from there and dip into their catalog, you will find much more.