Wednesday, November 30, 2016

“Lightning Parade” by Secret Company – A Song Review

     There is a difficulty in seamlessly moving in and out of the falsetto register. When it’s performed well, the ability to transition between or among octaves is easy to take for granted. But even when taken for granted, listeners appreciate its attractiveness. In the Indie universe, Conor Mason of Nothing But Thieves is a standout.

     “Lightning Parade” by Secret Company is another strong example. Scott Revell lives in the falsetto register for much of the song, but shows equal comfort in a lower octave and in the transitions. Secret Company is a UK band that claims Chelmsford as a hometown. The members are Scott Revell (vocals, guitar), James Patman (guitar), Kushal Gupta (bass) and Tim Reyland (drums).

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