Dreaming of Yesterday by The Tiger Moths: Review
“Dreaming of Yesterday” is a delightful folk rock song with elements of blues and country blended right in. It’s a fantastic tune created by fellow London rockers, The Tiger Moths, and their melodic aura drew me instantly. The essence of Americana is a prominent sound in their track, and with the previously mentioned genres mixed in, the overall tone is pretty thrilling to hear! So, stay with us, ladies and gents, this one’s gonna be pretty refreshing to talk about.
The Tiger Moths know how to groove with their instruments. Every passage and verse feels enriching to hear due to the instrumental variety and synchronization. From the folk-rock introduction carrying a light harmonica to the country-esque vocals, “Dreaming of Yesterday” has a pleasant melody that elates us. Also, who doesn’t love a good bassline? This track has plenty of it, and the instrument’s presence keeps the song at such a funky and exciting tempo! Aside from that, the transitions in the piece are a joy to hear. They go from major to minor chords with finesse, and the timing is precise. Hence, each section feels polished. Speaking of ‘polish,’ the guitar solo portion was a masterful work of art. Apart from its solo, all other instruments, such as the piano, took turns blending with the guitar. Besides the piano’s inclusion, the guitar’s essence also impressed me.
The band ends their lovely track on a soft note, and what a way to exit! Check this track out to hear that sentiment come alive, folks!
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Review by: Damien Reid