Words and Sound have a splendid approach to music. It is something of a opening kaleidoscope. You can see the layers, but they are in constant flux. What they make an effort of doing is fanning out their style in order to study it like a sculpture. You can appreciate this colour of joy from all angles. This one is called Yellow.
Though it is a great song, I’ve got sick of Coldplay’s Yellow. It is overplayed, and loses its charm. A definition of colour can come through anything-mostly its intangible nature. Words and Sound do that with almost no words, just the feeling behind the colour and expressive bouquet it makes. The digital core will resonate with you for long, as your bridge to return to the song whenever needed. The expression is fascinating, for so much drama can unfold with so little. Monologues will revolve in your mind along with the addictive instrumental core. As an entity, you can hear Words and Sound with the 2021 album, Bigger Than Me. This is just the beginning, I can imagine a 100 indie movies with this kind of flow. Meditative, organic and heartfelt.
I would put this song perfectly in Jobs (2013). The especially inspiring part where he puts the first Mac together is a scene that stays with a viewer. Now, you can connect as a listener as well. Listen to Words and Sound with the latest single here and follow them for more to come!