“Where The Dandelions Roar” by The People The Poet – A Song Review
It’s common to poetically think back on childhood experiences. On the other hand, it’s an uncommon skill to poetically describe the experiences, and rare to be able to pull readers/listeners so deeply into your description that they invest themselves in the memory. In the 1970s, Bob Seger showed the skill when he wrote a song about teenage sexual experimentation – “Night Moves.”
Listeners are pulled into and relate to childhood memories of The People The Poet in their song “Where the Dandelions Roar.” The recollections are more general than the Seger track, and therefore more flexible to interpretation. But the writer’s investment is apparent, making it easy for the listener to similarly invest.
The People The Poet are based in South Wales, UK. The members are Leon Stanford (vocals), Tyla Campbell (guitar), Lewis Roswell (drums), Pete Mills (bass guitar).
“Where The Dandelions Roar” by The People The Poet