Finding purpose among the apprehension and frustration created by COVID, during the pandemic, The Banshees started recording in-house instead of outsourcing. While in the studio, the duo discovered and developed a distinct two-man music style realized as the Liverpool-based band’s latest song “4AM.” Eager music aficionados searching for a summer playlist highlight, take a listen and look at The Banshees’ “4AM.”
Available Jul. 2, 2021, rhythmic guitar strumming sets the pace during the intro of the single “4AM” from The Banshees. Also released as a YouTube video, moving with a club friendly vitality, at :13 the vocals, tempo and tone combine for a grabbing sound often featuring “retro synth arpeggios.” The larger the speakers the better because the 3:59 track is danceable and alive within a driving pop pulse. On the beach, in the club, or travelling the streets, “4AM” has that certain listening appeal.
The video for “4AM” conveys selected trippyness and a restless nightlife mixed with celestial awareness, all governed by a journey of the mind. Colors and trails combine with the imagery for a one foot in and one foot out of reality feeling. Meanwhile, lyrics reveal a central message repeated several times in the words, “Everybody needs to feel like somebody/No one wants to be nobody/Work it out/You gotta work it out.”
The Banshees are Vinny Pereira – vocals, guitar; and Paul Anthony Holligan – lead guitar.
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