“Summer Kisses, Winter Tears” by ARN-IDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND ALIEN FRIENDS from the album NO SWEETS FOR E offers a captivating reinterpretation of an Elvis Presley classic. Originally recorded by Elvis in 1960 for the film Flaming Star, this haunting rendition breathes new life into the timeless melody, infusing it with a sense of nostalgia and introspection.
“Summer Kisses, Winter Tears” envelopes us in a bygone world, that still hits just as raw with the swirling instrumentals and vintage charm, manifesting that nostalgic goodbye to old love. The warm guitar tunes set the stage for a journey through the bittersweet landscape of love and loss. As the music unfolds, thick, rich vocals wash over us with its amplified smooth vocal range, carrying palpable emotion, heartbreak, and yearning.
The singer’s passionate delivery imbues the song with soft tenderness, as if each word is haunted by the memories of lost love burning through the shattered dreams. Against the backdrop of poetic lyrics, the melody weaves a spellbinding tale of summer kisses and winter tears, capturing the fleeting nature of romance and the enduring ache of longing.
What sets this rendition apart is the way it drives timelessness and universality. While paying homage to Elvis Presley’s original recording, ARN-IDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND ALIEN FRIENDS infuse the song with their own unique style and interpretation.
Listen to ARN-IDENTIFIED FLYING OBJECTS AND ALIEN FRIENDS carve out their own place in the annals of music history with their heartfelt tribute, “Summer Kisses, Winter Tears.”
Review By: Naomi Joan