Will Sims will have you eating out of his hands by the end of his latest album release- You Have a Voice, Use It. The album is a powerful reminder that it’s okay to lose track of life and thoughts sometimes but the very fact that you have a consciousness is a sign that you are strong enough to pull yourself back together. This rock album will have you on the edge of your seat by the end of it. So buckle up while I give you a blow-by-blow account of this chef’s kiss of an album. If you’re a rock lover, this is the perfect album for you!
Lose Control with Will Sims
The opening act of this grand circus of an album is Lose Control. The track is intense while the rock elements are slowly and steadily injected into the track. The way the vocals come running right at you and hold your attention firmly is magical. The track is the perfect explainer for why the album is called, You Have a Voice, use it.
I Should Have Never Given Up On You
I Should Have Never Given Up On You is a track that can be set apart in the entire album. You hear that it has a little country/pop and rustic edge to it. This is owed to the amazing guitar work. This track is a good breathing point. It also gets your mind going “Did I hit shuffle by mistake?”. Clearly, Will Sims is a master of all traits and genres. You keep waiting for the rock to come in but nope… Until, What Are You Doing but they pepper the track with a little bit of techno. This is also the track that gives you your “Aha!” moment as you hear “You have a voice, use it.”
Where Are You Now
Where Are You Now is the perfect end to the album. He literally wraps up the album with the concept of ending as well. And you see this throughout as well, Will is the perfect storyteller because he is telling us a story with every ounce and inch of the track. He does this with the themes, the sounds, vocals and even genre. He moves from hard rock to soft guitar work and then back to rock- a full circle. He sings to us of a lost lover that he pines and aches for.
Hear me out, I know it’s odd but I think that the tracks on the album would fit the arch of Zach Efron in Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Cile. The intensity of the track helps the twists and turns of his character. You can also imagine Will saying “You have a voice speak up.” as Lilly Collins has to make a decision. All in all, this album is a 10/10. Hit that play button and click on the links attached above and get more information about Will Sims and his upcoming work.