"Pavement" is like a breath of fresh air on a Sunday morning - full of life, crisp, and boundless. The Wild Honey Pie says it, "is a song about the good ol' days and the hope that they're not all behind you. Just one listen and chances are you'll be taken back to that one summer that made you want to live forever."
Imperfect Fifth wrote about the song here.
The Little Miss explains,"I wrote 'American Dream' at a time when the tension in our country felt palpable. This was five years ago. Now, seemingly more divided than ever, I questioned whether or not I should release a song that sounds so blindly idealistic. To be clear, "American Dream" is not an endorsement of this country as it stands now. I don't think that it is unpatriotic to think that we can do better than this. The American Dream, as it has been fed to us - Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness - has not delivered on its promises for many (if not most of us). So, while the song yearns for this made-up, sepia-toned time that never existed, it notes exactly that: that it never existed. We're enchanted by our own, but very limited folklore - the pioneers, the Wild West, the civil war, the nuclear family, the moon landing, etc. We have romantic notions about who we are and who we've been, and it is tempting, for all of us, to want to wear those rose-colored glasses. But in order to become better, and in order to progress, we need to take off the glasses and take a good look in the mirror. We all want the same thing: to feel proud of the country we call home - we just need to accept the fact that it might be healthier to learn from our history rather than glamorize it. The lives of so many depend on it."
The Big Takeover says, "There's an undying energy in this track as the buoyant soundscape engulfs you. Drake Margolnick (vocals, guitar) and Michael Finster (drums) have a knack for making meaningful, powerful, and dynamic tracks that meld the best features of indie rock and folk music."
All Things Go says of the song, "Opening with determined piano keys, soft vocals punctuate throughout while a muffled guitar wails in the background. No section dominates the other as they all work together to bring us pleasant senses of neo-tropical undertones."
Hot Collars has done it again with their newest summer tune, "No Money No Problem", which is out now! This track is off of their upcoming EP Slim Street 45s, Pt.1.
This lighthearted, upbeat track is a reflection of the summertime spirit - carefree and uplifting, "No Money No Problem" is the perfect track for BBQ's and long summer days, enjoying the simplest things life has to offer.