Space Review: FOLEY – “Like You Miss Me”
Welcome to Space!
Starting the week with an incredibly talented artist: FOLEY.
Singer/songwriter, producer, multi-instrumentalist, he makes music all by himself in his bedroom.
Based in Los Angeles, FOLEY has been releasing an impressive amount of music in the past 3 years, with a total of 26 songs released just in the last year!
This is mind-blowing if we think at the massive amount required to write, produce, record, and mix the tracks.
The song we’ll review today is called “Like You Miss Me”, it was recorded and released during a quarantine period last year. This song talks about meeting someone for the very first time and feeling like you’ve known that person your whole life.
Fun fact about the song: FOLEY’s girlfriend was so in love with the tune that in the middle of production he decided to record her vocals and put them in the background, very subtle, just to support FOLEY’s lead voice!
The song starts with a peaceful and calm guitar riff, giving us a kind of nostalgic vibe; FOLEY’s voice enters the verse after this intro part, accompanied by a clean drum pattern and refined selection of percussion sounds.
Guitars entertain the whole song and go incredibly well with FOLEY’S voice timbre, also the vocal lines are very smooth during the verse, getting more intense just before the chorus.
The chorus kicks in straight away with a remarkable vocal hook, electric guitar riffs, and kalimba-style pluck: a mix of sentimental, happiness, and nostalgia, this chorus just brought us into space for a moment!
FOLEY is one of a kind, an amazing lad with magnificent skills that definitely deserves more attention.
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