Near Me by 1st Base Runner: Review
Tim Husmann, a singer-songwriter from Austin, Texas mostly known as 1st Base Runner, released his sophomore EP “Ellis,”, which was co-written with his longtime friend Bryan Ellis. According to Tim, 1st Base Runner’s ambient and deeply emotional sound is further enlarged in this efficacious latest release, which integrates independent music rock, grunge, post-punk, pop, atmospheric, and drum and bass effects to create a complete signature.
This particular beat, along with the sympathetic words and the hushed vocals of 1st Base Runner, is what will keep you captivated on the EP. This futuristic kind of music is distinctive in its own right.
The most fantastical, psychedelic, dreamy, and perilous aspect of 1st Base Runner’s internal self is portrayed in the song. This avant-garde music video masterfully combines the aesthetics of Bates Motel and Alice in Wonderland to an unsettling effect. It is filled with delirious imagery and terrifying archetypes.
You are drawn into the dark realm by the musical theme, which has an immediate favorable effect on the listener. The outcome of such a gorgeous work of art is greatly influenced by the production. Even if I wasn’t initially sure about the concept’s proportion of electronic and alternative rock parts, Ellis has the feeling that I enjoy the most.
“Would you come for me, would you come
Would you go near me, would you come”
We occasionally hear the artist’s voice, which echoes hauntingly and deeply throughout our souls. It’s difficult to resist giving in to this storm of feelings that will undoubtedly touch your heart. Without any more hesitation, let’s fall for “Near Me.” The record is notable above all for its artistic sense, and the outcomes are deserving of praise.
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Photo credits: Heather Gildroy
Review by: Albert Cruise