You’re A Nice Guy But… by Rich Chambers: Review
Rich Chambers is a musician who is passionate about creating “Rock n’ Roll Reimagined,” dipping his toes into genres like country, blues, modern rock, retro rock, and others. The artist is certain to have listeners on their feet for his sound as he delivers the newest single “You’re A Nice Guy But…” with a burst of energy.
“You’re a nice girl but… I just need a break from us
You’re a nice girl but… we’ve grown apart
You’re a nice girl but…it was never really meant to be
You’re a nice girl but … you’re just a friend”
In terms of rock music, the electric guitar and drums are absolutely spot-on, creating an exciting atmosphere for the lead vocals to stand out against. It’s certainly not the most conventional thing in the world to have more talking than singing in a song, but Rich pulls it off in such a charming and expressive way. This could very well be the musical equivalent of a comedy that’s been told in the manner of a song. From the real-life experience of one of his former bandmates in Half Hour Late came the inspiration for this song. It was a snarky, satirical portrait of a relationship’s death thanks to the situation’s cliches and irony and Rich’s witty songwriting. It’s funny because it’s true, and we’ve had our fair share from both ends of the spectrum. You would undoubtedly want to listen to such a fun jam.
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Review by: Lily Thomas