A new single release from Rinse Bracone hits a number of lush pop sweet spots with a vast soundscape and warm vocals that come together to create an atmosphere that feels like it's a summer Sunset of your youth.
"A Little Sunshine" is packed with not only heart but lots of unique character and the track feels flowing and even a little bit freeing in a way but there is something almost nostalgic about it and it makes it feel as though the song was part of a chapter of your own life at some point.
I really love the production on this track and how it bleeds together these elements of classic pop, Indie pop, and R&B to make something that is memorable and even has this cinematic backbone to it.
There was definitely a lot of attention to detail during the creation of this track, but it never loses that heart or that soul that it was built from in the first place and that's probably the most attractive thing about it.
You can tell this song was written from something genuine and real like an experience or a feeling and that comes through in the song with a brightness.
You can also tell that the artist has a pure love for his craft and that is also incredibly evident throughout the course of the single.
Perhaps that's what makes it feel so connective and authentic.
This was a great combination of a little edginess giving it all a hint of alternative pop tendency, and a sort of subtle softness as well that makes the song glide and sway.
The track certainly has a wonderful way of engulfing you and letting you just get washed away with the sounds.
For me this was kind of little bit of an escape as I was able to sort of step into this world for a little bit and forget about the reality that surrounded me.
This is something that I certainly look for in good music of all genres and it's done really well here because there was a lot put into the textures of the song and how it plays out.
A lot about the single is graceful from the music to the vocals everything melts together and sort of puts you at ease in a strange way.
This was a beautifully woven and built single with a smart Arrangement and songwriting along with certain hooks that are undertone and stick in your head for hours after the song has ended.
The only way to satiate that is to listen to the song again and if you ask me that's just plain old smart songwriting.
This release definitely has that radio summer vibe to it but it's more of an end-of-the-night mellow style than a straight party vibe.
A great new release from an artist to keep an eye on definitely check out this track from Rinse Bracone.