Drama Queen by Paul Vinson: Review
Fresh out of Nashville, the indie rocker Paul Vinson reflects on his own vulnerabilities in his new confessional single Drama Queen.
This guitar-driven classic rock sounding indie tune tells a story of conflicts in a relationship that escalated due to our protagonist’s own anxiety and existential dread. Because of his own state of mind every little argument would feel so intense and get carried away so far that the other person seemed like a mean drama queen. He wonders where it all went wrong and if things will ever be “normal” again but the voice inside his head shouts “Never, never, never, never, never.” Until he realizes it was him all along being too defensive projecting his own anxiety vulnerabilities onto the person.
The song starts with a bright catchy guitar riff and punchy drums that sets the stage for Paul’s clear dynamic singing to take over. As the guitars and other instruments get heavier during the chorus that you too will surely sing along, he does not shy away to show off his vocal chops. The artist promises more to look forward to as this is only the first single from a nine song album.
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Photo credits: All Pics Shot by: Kyle Neach | Cover Edited by: Harrison Kratzer
Review by: Gabe Finch