Dear Amber want to rewire and revisit rock. A rock project from Denmark, they have accessed a fortune worth of experiences, and moulded their own in the process. Though you hear many influences, you hear a sharp, distinct sound in their rock. Destroying the cookie cutter form many rock bands follow, their sound pertains to the feel to create something that has been whittled around the lyrics and tune, vice versa. This is their original single, Appear to Disappear.
With a chugging guitar opening, there is tension towards the intro. Usually, songs can unfold into a standardized rock pattern. The vocals alone are enough to understand how these guys are different. At the 0:47 mark, they ease into an impactful soundwave that transitions beautifully from the form before. You can feel the metamorphosis in the song, just like they can. The resonant, single note solo chooses the feel, not mindless shredding and chaos. At 1:25, you are enveloped with the full impact of the song, a wall of guitars guiding your senses from section to section. Like Porcupine Tree, their instrumental awakening is your journey as much as it is theirs.
By just the lyrics, I would love to see this in Now You See Me. The flow and instrumental panache by Dear Amber is nuanced, choice elements defining the overall energy. Experience their 2021 EP Sparks Equal Fall to truly see their expanding principles and styles of rock. Their 2022 single Roadkill is another smashing song, well composed and performed. Sometimes you choose to make your presence felt. Sometimes, you appear to disappear.
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