Pacific Avenue's new single's definitely, 'Alright, Alright, Alright.' And a quote from Dazed and Confused is more than sufficient to suit the vibe. So let your hair down, dance with the flowers and smoke something naughty for 'Easy Love.'
A cereal crunch of rhythm is poured over a creamy flow of guitar solo, drizzled on top with some sweet husky vocals. Surf garage blended into classic rock, the track's a tropical smoothie of influences from Skegss to Led Zeppelin.
Speaking the simple yet timeless message of love, any other group could easily find themselves bummed out on a cliche. However, the boys crush it at making a more than a groovy tune.
How catchy is that?
'It's easy love when it comes to you.'
Singer, Harry O'Brien goes into detail about the story behind the song, “Whilst love can be an entirely complicated mess, it’s also the easiest thing we do. Running into someone, unexpectedly at that, and finding that you don’t need to try being anyone but yourself, is a very sweet thing and is something that’s worth holding on to." A message much like the music itself, this bleeds 70's vibes.
So try convince mum it's only oregano that she found in your bedroom drawer as this party's not worth the curfew. Simply put, it's 'easy lovin' with this new release from the Avenue crew. So stop worrying, sit back and relax to enjoy this pure injection of classic rock n' roll.
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