Get ecstatic and animalistic with Singer-Songwriter, Producer and multi-instrumentalist Pranatricks’ romantic indie alt-rock single, “Birds and the Bees.” It’s all about true passion interspersed with primal instincts amid fantastical themes.
The sonic tale unfolds with a high, echoing voice. It delivers metaphorical lines with raw and straightforward tones with vulnerable and sensual vantage point. The singer’s perspective lays bare in the lyricism, offering a poignant glimpse into ardent love, where passion and lust intertwine with a primal allure.
As the song progresses, a brooding guitar emerges, accompanied by a gradual introduction of drums and percussions, amplifying the intensity with each beat. The musical landscape becomes a canvas for the exploration of emotions, where the instrumentation mirrors the ebb and flow of desire.
Halfway through the composition, a transformative shift occurs, with the Rhodes piano, a tapestry of synth lines, and the entrance of funky, dramatic horns soaring with the lush pleasure of love. All the while, the singer croons romantically.
The climactic conclusion of “Birds and the Bees” is nothing short of a sonic spectacle. The song crescendos with a compounding interjection of noise, a cacophony that engulfs your ears, leaving an indelible impression of the intensity and fervor embedded in the musical landscape.
To fully immerse yourself in the enchanting world of “Birds and the Bees,” don’t miss the music video filmed in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Pranatricks invites you to surrender to the la dolce vita of their musical and thematic storytelling with the added visuals.
Review By: Naomi Joan