After exceptional singles such as I Don’t Need Anyone, Festival, Festival (Acoustic Version), I’m Not Sorry, and Old Wounds, Canadian pop-rock artist Darrian Gerard has recently unleashed a brand new composition. Explosion will unquestionably appeal to all the fans of contemporary pop-punk sound, but it’s also suitable for listeners who’re into many other similar music genres. Perhaps Darrian Gerrard solely relies upon modern pop-punk aesthetics, but Explosion carries some of the finest properties of alternative, grunge, melodic punk rock, indie rock, and indie pop as well. Therefore, it will apply to your listening apparatus no matter which music genre you prefer.
Explosion combines clever lyricism with classic four-chord progressions and profoundly dynamic rhymic sequences. Gerard‘s powerful, confident, pleasant voice will guide you through the entire composition. This song has a perfect structure with many thoughtful arrangements, accentuations, enhancements, and decorations implemented along the way, but don’t be surprised if you stumble upon some other qualities because there are plenty of them. Explosion is a love song written, composed, and recorded by an experienced artist who knows how to incorporate all the vital elements of the genre. However, it also provides a fresh take on contemporary pop-punk music. The single is available on all streaming platforms.