You’ll Be Fine
All the way from Oakland, California, the art-rock compendium Seal Party sit tight on the rollercoaster with a new video single. Premiered at the iconic Chabot Theatre in North California, the video has since been published to streaming sites around the internet. The Actor Michael Cahalen and his dog Moose were cast to perform in the film by director Alex Largusa. Written to describe the perpetual endurance capacity of the human spirit, You’ll Be Fine is the final track on their brand-new album, MMXXII. Written by front-man Kevin Seal and co-creator Chris McGrew, the mixing was meticulously finalised by McGrew and Jaimeson Durr. He’s well-known in the leading studios for working with highly successful artists including Hope Sandoval, Joe Satriani, and Sammy Hagar (follow the links for eBay swag!). Featuring an entire orchestra of top-tier musicians from the world stage, the collective of composers brings a full-on and genuinely wholesome sound to their written pieces.
Guitars and strings begin with a minor key and a sombre mood. A feeling of close-up emotion washes across the music as the lyrics begin. We drift into the story as the song reminds us of human qualities in reverse, a plodding determination ensues and the music builds with clarity and passion with a royal trumpet solo that lifts the clouds as if they were surrounding Jericho.
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Taken from the forthcoming MMXXII, this new single takes alternative rockers Seal Party to another level of class. As we eagerly wait for the new album this August 5th, we're treated to a small sample of what the group have been working on. Featuring the organ skills of the legendary Chris Rob, who has already worked with the likes of Kanye West, Talib Kweli, John Legend, and Stevie Wonder, the latest sound has everything you want and more. If that's not enough, fans will be thrilled to learn that this new record was mixed by Jaimeson Durr, who has previously worked with Hope Sandoval, Sammy Haggar, and Joe Satriani.
A smash of brass, drums, and vocal offer up the goodness with a swinging and smooth delivery from the go. A piano adds a wonderful tone to compliment the specific and soulful vocals of Rich Armstrong, Kimiko Joy, and Renee Padgett who cover the music in a silken broadleaf harmony that flutters and swaggers in the arms of the band. A fantastic progression builds throughout the music that keeps us pinned to the sound. An air of improvisation howls through the framework as a 70s style extravagance is invited in to fuel the fire.
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