Vince Sachs’s new single, “I Just See You”, premiered today, featuring two great artists. On one hand the London based singer Raene, and the rapper from Houston R Reed. Listen to it now on:
The release was accompanied by a video directed by Raven Strauss, and Produced by Jenn Espinoza (Pixelate Films, Venezuela). Watch it now at:
For those of you who don’t know Vince Sachs, he is a very peculiar artist. He is not the usual singer on the cover of the record. Instead, he is the creator of the songs, or a painter of musical landscapes, as he prefers to call it.
When you take a listen to his previous album “Stories”, released in December 2020, you will notice that all his songs are extremely different from each other, from Bossa Nova to Film music, to Hip-Hop. And it is in the intersections between genres, where he finds the most inspiration.
“I Just See You”, it’s a critique of modern society, with a love story in between. When you listen to it, you’ll notice the authentic and raw rap style from R Reed clashing with the softness and beaty of Raene’s vocals. All of this immerse on a beat style production and colored by the Strings of the Medirecon Orchestra of Kyiv (Ukraine), Conducted by Shahrokh Fathizadeh.
Vince Sachs is working at the moment on new music, that will touch on the Latin Urban Style. It will see the light at the beginning of 2022.
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The lyrics explore the internal conflict and vulnerability of opening up to such a profound level of connection. The mention of “facing these feelings I fear to explore” and “exposing my weakness” speaks to the courage it takes to confront one’s own vulnerabilities and the fear of rejection or loss that often accompanies such openness. This vulnerability is juxtaposed with a longing for a connection that is “more than just friends, more than just lovers,” suggesting a desire for a deep, soulful bond that surpasses conventional relationship labels and experiences.
The repeated references to “searching,” “journey,” and “exploring the shadows” illustrate the internal and external quests for meaning, understanding, and connection in life. These themes resonate with the universal human experience of seeking something greater than ourselves, something that gives life depth and meaning beyond the surface level.
“More” also touches on the idea of loss and healing, with lines like “more than the bridges I burned as I crossed” and “more than the scars disguising my heart,” indicating a history of pain and the struggle to move beyond past hurts towards a more meaningful and fulfilling connection.
The song’s exploration of these themes invites listeners to reflect on their own lives, relationships, and inner desires. It challenges the notion of what love can be and encourages a deeper, more introspective look at how we connect with others and what we truly seek in those connections.
The emotional depth and lyrical complexity of “More” make it a poignant meditation on love, vulnerability, and the human condition’s eternal search for something greater than ourselves. It’s a call to explore the depths of our hearts and to dare to imagine and strive for a connection that transcends the ordinary.
In the realm of music, the song “More” is a delightful celebration of the quintessential elements of folk and Americana genres. It’s expertly adorned with the charming notes of an acoustic guitar, the rhythmic beats of drums, and the melodic tones of a piano, all coming together in a harmonious blend. The guitar is gently strummed, creating a soothing hum that is both comforting and inviting.
This musical symphony is further accentuated by the subtle touches of percussive elements that play in the background, providing an enchanting canvas for Abernathy’s vocals to shine. His voice is warm, intimate, and drenched in sincerity, perfectly capturing the essence of the song’s introspective nature.
“More” is a song that takes you on an emotional journey, evoking feelings of nostalgia and introspection. It’s a reflective piece that prompts a melancholic mood, bringing forth a sense of depth and thoughtfulness. However, despite its somber undertones, there’s an undeniable charm and cheerfulness to it, making it a joy to listen to. It’s a true testament to the beauty of folk and Americana music, a delightful auditory experience that’s sure to leave listeners feeling touched and moved.
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