Final Day by Glass Cabin: Review
I’m on a highway, riding my chopper and there’s a long road ahead. Loneliness won’t sting me because I’ve got the music of Glass Cabin to keep me company, and their delightful track “Final Day”. If I had to describe the tone of this band, it’s a tight whiskey drink filled with Americana, and deeply rooted country melodies. The starting of Final day is rhythmically profound, this is because the banjo, and acoustic guitar strumming set the stage for what’s to come. And what arrives is a sentimental piece that will make you awestruck.
Professional composer David Flint and singer-songwriter Jess Brown are the founding members of the band Glass Cabin. After ten years of working as co-producers on albums for other artists, they made the decision to work together on their own initiative, which resulted in the release of their self-titled album. Their style is an eclectic blend of rock, country, folk, roots, and Americana, and it was recorded at David Flint’s Flintland studio just east of Nashville.
My favorite line from the entire song is “Carrying a sign about a final day”. The reason lies with its philosophical nature, it really makes you think, and the music accompanying it makes it even more worthwhile. What I really enjoyed about Final Day is the perfect synchronization of all the instruments. Acoustic and electric guitars, banjo, drums, bass, and vocals, it really feels as though each individual piece has significance. Truly amazing song, top stuff!
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Photo credits: Artem Maltsev, Em Genovese
Review by: Damien Reid