Four-piece All The Rest continues their theme of 80’s inspired heartbreak pop in latest release, ‘Way Out’.
Essentially a breakup song, singer Baylee Waller explains, “Sometimes it’s just easier to call it quits than to forcing it to work.” Word.
Sounds like: LANY, joan., The 1975
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KAPTAN – Way Out
Cool kid on the block, Andrew de Torres is KAPTAN.
Based in Nashville, Andrew has a knack for melding emotionally direct lyrics with refined, nuanced compositions.
Of the track, KAPTAN says, “This was literally the very first song I wrote for this project. I wrote and recorded the demo in one evening and immediately felt a connection to this particular sound. I eventually went back in to re-record some of the parts with my friend Brandon Metcalf and got additional help on production by our good friend Jakub Vanyo of Nonaphoenix. The song itself carries a lot of personal meaning for me and is just a good reminder that our lives are what we make them to be and to continue moving forward even when life gets difficult.”
Sounds like: Goldroom, RAC, Pink Feathers, Summer Heart, Great Good Fine Ok, Pistol Shrimp
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