by The Alchemist
Hailing from Toronto, twin multi-instrumentalist brothers Thomas (vox, keys, drums) and Alexander Arthur (back-vox, bass and drums), and long-time best friend Dan Morson (guitar) got together with a mission – to create genuine rock music that inspires, makes people feel good, and brings authentic instrumentation with a modern day rock sound.
This song brings that feel-good, reminiscent vibe that we mentioned above. Thomas says, “Now that we’ve come this far, now that you control my heart,” which brings a chill down the listener’s spine very early on in the song. The song brings up more past experiences of romance, and gives a feeling of bliss as the song rolls into the hook.
Look forward to them releasing a song every month for 2020 and check out the track below.
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