The song has a really huge dynamic range, going from quiet parts to galvanizing moments. It has a 90s flavor to it, echoing the sound of authentic post-grunge (as well as first-wave grunge acts and even alternative rock).
Amelle’s raw and honest songwriting depicts the vulnerability of the human condition, in a spacious yet deeply personal and intimate way, all of which is supported by airy electric guitars laying a dark folk atmosphere.
Avocet is a musical trio from Scotland, based in Glasgow. Drawing inspiration from both the psychedelic folk scene alive in Britain during the 1960’s and 70’s, and free form blues, they create their own compositions on harp, guitar, double bass and vocals. Their music has been compared to that of artists like like Nick Drake, Pentangle, and John Martyn.
A 4 piece alt indie rock band from the midlands, made up of friends in various guises who try to use their own experiences and emotions in the songs they write and more so when they perform.