Leader in The Eyes by Higgs Field: Review
Southern Australian alt-rock band Higgs Field composes a modern phenomenal track “Leader in the Eyes” and sets a stepping stone that will also make hard rock fans bang their heads in approval with coarse and high notes fused into the entire mix. There are many layers to this song, and the instrumentals are incredible. Particularly, the guitar riffs just hit the right notes that are smooth, and genuinely check the list for a fusion between hard rock and pop punk.
The creative band says – “This song is heavy and atmospheric. A reflection of our history and a thank you, to the people who fought to keep the knowledge alive.”
There’s a drastic break change in the middle, with a change of pace and tune that amp it up for the best kind of anticipation. If Higgs Field was setting the center stage right now, you’d be applauding, screaming at the top of your lungs at this point. The break is a long instrumental, reminiscent of Maynard from Tool-infused lead guitar riff that shifts back to the chorus. From start to finish, this song is an absolute delight for fusion rock fans, who will genuinely want to be part of the Higgs Field fan base. Since its release, the track has had a psychedelic lyric video that aligns right with the essence of Higgs Field. To sum it all up, this is one of the most unique blends of aggressive meets alternative rock, with undertones of pop punk and an unpredictable twist.
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Review by: Audrey Castel