Depression and Suicide Highlighted in “The Note in Her Hand”

Love Letters From Space has released “The Note in Her Hand,” a new song that brings awareness to depression and suicide. Check out the song below:

Upon first listen, the track begins with a cheerful vibe as harmonious vocals and a melodic piano line flow in. Though it quickly becomes apparent this song has a deeper meaning, with the “note” from the title being the suicide note from a girl. The lyrics transform into the note itself, illustrating the hardships that many people battling depression go through, such as only having one way out and seeing the world better off without them. It is clear the song wants to bring awareness to this topic, and it does so in a tactful way.

At this point, the song picks up with a driving guitar and upbeat drums. Love and support become the theme here with a lyrical focus on searching for ways to deal with depression. The video shows some popular figures who seemed to have it all yet still succumbed to committing suicide, truly illustrating the fact that mental problems can affect anyone.

The song had a goal of bringing awareness to a subject that many wouldn’t address, being bold in its approach yet still providing entertaining value in the musical talent on display, which is nothing short of outstanding. In the end, the song accomplishes what it sets out to do. Bravo on the singing, instrumental performances and spotlight on a serious issue affecting many people today. We look forward to hearing more from Love Letters From Space.

“Love Letters in the Clouds” is Uplifting and Humbling

This month brings a new song from Alex Genadinik in the form of an introspective interpretation of a romantic Russian song. The result is “Love Letters in the Clouds,” a track that speaks directly to your soul and makes you long for happier days. Check out the song below:

The finger picking acoustic guitar sets the tone for a somber story, but soon the orchestral backdrop swoops in to lift the words into the clouds, very much like the lyrics, which were rewritten to fit a newer audience and a modern musical landscape. Close your eyes and listen to the soft voice and sounds as they take you on a journey through open fields of wonder and curiosity.

The ending of the song is sad since the connection between the two lovers in the story ends as time passes and they grow too old to communicate. Because of the meaning behind the song, it makes the listener reflect on their own short time on this earth and reminds us all not to waste any of it, especially if it is between two lovers such as these. Taken as a whole, the song is highly recommended for anyone looking to reconnect, especially in the romantic month of February.

Find more of Alex’s music on his Youtube page here. Alex’s main business can be found at https://www.problemio.com.

TuskHead’s “Blue” is an Invigorating and Modern Take on Folk Rock

Patrick van Zandwijk, aka TuskHead, is set to release his new song “Blue” coming out on Feb. 5. The singer-songwriter is known for blending together genres such as folk, country and bluegrass in a way that keeps the down to roots spirit of those genres while enliven it with his own signature style. “Blue” is another example of what makes TuskHead stand out above the rest.

Piano and fingerpicked guitars start off the track along with a thumping beat, giving off a sense of calm before the oncoming storm. TuskHead has a very clear and determined voice, serene yet robust, allowing the listener to feel tranquil and mighty at the same time. The song has a buildup of rollicking drums that elevate the track from a traditional Country-inspired tune into a full on anthem, with contemporary production to match up with the popular tracks of our day.

The touching verses and catchy chorus are seized by several powerful guitar solos. “Blue” makes you want to march forward with pride and grab life by the horns. Head bobbing melodies and foot stomping rhythms solidify TuskHead’s latest effort as a keeper in our favorite up-and-coming artist’s playlist.

We hope you are as excited to hear the new song as we were listening to it. To learn more about TuskHead, follow him on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and check out his website here. To pre-save “Blue” on Spotify, click the button below.

A Song for New Parents by Alex Genadinik

Earlier this month, Alex Genadinik released the touching, heartfelt “Hannah’s Song,” a timeless love letter relatable to parents anticipating the life their newborn will soon embark on.

The song showcases Alex’s songwriting abilities especially when it comes to telling stories. His sentiment and wholesome feelings really shine in this song, and his vocal melodies fit with the gentle acoustics found in the song. The main focus on this track is the lyrics, as they speak about nurturing but also about the passage of time. The line “The future will come too fast / You’ll hold grandchildren, I’ll be in your past” puts on a spotlight on how children grow up so fast and how parents should cherish every minute before times runs out. The song is dedicated to Alex’s own daughter and its clear he meant every word he sang. Overall, it’s a great tune and accomplishes the goal of making the listener feel joy and lament on a bright future ahead.

To listen to more of Alex’s music, check out his YouTube channel here. Also check out Alex’s funny t-shirts.

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