Room on My Cloud by Indigo Daydream: Review
Are you tired of life, and all its obstacles? We’re all in it together. But somehow, after listening to “Room on My Cloud” by Indigo Daydream I was able to escape to a peaceful rhythmic plain and find true solace. Through the band’s brilliant mixture of harmonies, synths, and ambiance, it’s a track made out of love, for love.
Find solace in the tunes of Indigo Daydream if the chaos of this universe is posing a challenge for you to maintain your sanity. There are some guitar elements, which offer only a touch of flavor, but the entire music stays as an auditory delight due mostly to the presence of synthesizers. You can’t help but realize that the band is attempting to produce music that truly would sound like if you were floating in the sky given that the song is titled “Room on My Cloud.” We’ve all heard musicians who try to balance real-world feelings and noises into their music. Metallica’s “For Whom the Bell Tolls” is a great example of just that. In this song, the pounding guitar riffs attempt to mimic the sound of actual large bells ringing. Therefore, Indigo Daydream lifts us off the ground with its beautiful vocals, which are quite clear and integrate a lot of breath to make it seem more folksy.
Indigo Daydream’s track “Room on My Cloud” feels like a lullaby that’ll ease listeners of their pain. Also, something intriguing is that Pete Maher, who collaborates with The Pixies and Liam Gallagher, mastered the song.
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Review by: Damien Reid