Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends - My Favorite Song

Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends – Smash

Arn-Identified Flying Objects and Alien Friends - No Sweets For E

A couple of weeks ago, you had a chance to read a review I wrote about My Favorite Song, an opening composition from No Sweets For E by Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends. Of course, you already learn No Sweets For E is a recently released second full-length album by this profoundly creative Swedish musician. Today I am exploring Smash, another exceptional track from the album that will unquestionably appeal to all alternative rock fans. Still, leave room for other music genres because Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends included many of them. This comprehensive collection of music genres built upon the finest elements borrowed from surf rock, garage rock, rock ‘n’ roll, southern rock, power pop, and pop punk uplifts the already energetic, dynamic, catchy ambiance of the song.

Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends

You’ll also notice how every segment shines with some impressive sonic maneuvers based on excellent guitar scales, themes, leads, melodies, chord progressions, and riffs, while the warm-sounding basslines provide more heaviness, depth, and power to the beforementioned qualities. The flawlessly executed drumming performance offers moderate, well-accentuated rhythmic sequences, beats, drum fills, and other percussive acrobatics. The breaks make a difference throughout the entire song, mainly because they directly affect an already luxurious structure. It’s unquestionably a wisely implemented move that improves the listening experience. Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends incorporated many jaw-dropping orchestrations on Smash that make this listening experience even more interesting, but the lead vocal harmonies, back vocals, and singalongs really stand out from scratch to finish. A clever mixture of surf, garage, classic, and southern rock paired with essentials of power pop and old-school pop-punk do wonders on Smash, and this composition undoubtedly invites you to dive deep into the remainder of an album and Arn-Identified Flying Objects And Alien Friends discography. The song is available on No Sweets For E, which is available on all streaming platforms.

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