In My Head by Jackson Reed and The Silverbirds: Review
A gentle pop-rock ballad forms in the tune “In My Head” by the sensational musical act Jackson Reed and The Silverbirds. It applies to the melodic appeal of resonant guitar solos, and poetic vocal pieces lining up with a serene synth piece. This tone is truly reminiscent of the golden era of the 1980s when music as such hit a peak and altered the industry in ways the are still felt today.
Jackson Reed and The Silverbirds’ tune “In My Head” captivates you from the very first note. This arrives from a muted guitar sequence and funky basslines keeping things fresh. Aside from that, Reed’s clean voice is the soul of the tune, and his impeccable drive is a wonder to experience. The charming aura of this singer keeps the track’s essence alive. Speaking of which, everything about the 1980s rock movement echoes throughout “In My Head.” It’s almost like the magical synths of the piece took you back to a time when technology had begun to show its promising feats, and the future was imminent. But most of all, the music, man. It was such a delightful time for a melody to surface, and I get the feeling Jackson Reed and The Silverbirds are going places with their nostalgic sound.
I was blown away by the guitar solos of “In My Head.” It had a sonic texture that could only be summoned by clean distortion tones, and reverbed timbres. With that being said, I urge you all to hear this track!
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Review by: Damien Reid