Simple acoustic guitar picking is joined by bells and pulsing strings, developing into a charged track with feelings of darkness, struggle and glints of hope. Different sections bring in instruments like harp and xylophone for a short period of light relief, then the track races to its end with dramatic string crescendo.
Tribal sounding and fiercely hopeful – as the name suggests. Tribal rock drums joined by piano and strings. Ad length, striving for excellence or some sort of stuff like that.
Happy positive rock track with electric guitar, strings and piano. A bit Coldplay “When I Ruled The World”-like. Wholesome, warm and optimistic. Something great has happened, something has been achieved. We’ve done it. Perfect for corporate / charity campaign.
Confident rock drums are joined by a growling bassline reminiscent of early artist “Peaches”. Groove continues with shrill synth string interjections and ends tidily. Straight to the point and no nonsense.
Medium-fast synthpop with vocal ahhs and oohs. Strong beats and violently happy, makes you want to run free and fast. Young, fiercely proud, pulse quickening and driven. Reminiscent of MGMT’s “Kids” but harder and faster.
Heartbeat like trepidation, leads to gentle electronic buildup in expectancy. Chilled and slowly rousing, punctuated with bursts of electric guitar. Hiding from The Terminator meets 80’s stakeout.
Happy lighthearted and fun, a bouncy summery track with full band instrumentation following a verse chorus structure. Medium fast pace.
Rousing war horns intro, industrial beats and bass line develop into searing synth arpeggios, with ghostly vocals rising to a dark crescendo.
Full band, indie rock – clockwork beginning to relaxed verse, still chorus, gaining momentum and pace into held harmonious bridge and a measured ending. Medium – medium fast
Full band, high powered indie rock – emotive, pulsing beginning to catchy stabs in verse, head nodding chorus, intense bridge and soaring final chorus