Olly E Smashes It With ‘Rise Above’
Olly E, the British solo musician, has released a new courageous alt-rock album called ‘Rise Above‘. Olly E displays his prowess as a vocalist and as a formidable songwriter and producer by putting together the entire tune without any third-party assistance.
The upcoming virtuoso manages to take hints from some rock greats, such as Muse, Twenty One Pilots and YungBlud, while still soaking it in his unique aura. He stands out, but he doesn’t stray too far from the present game. It’s a novel method that provides the listener exactly what they want while also instilling a new sense of ardour.
A dramatic overture opens ‘Rise Above‘, and a guitar lead echoes around an orchestral arrangement. It’s a one-of-a-kind opening, demonstrating that the track will stand out with its own distinct appeal; it’s not disappointing. The instrumental also acquires a new lease on life when Olly E appears, with the singer’s warm and inviting tones caressing the ears with open arms.
Olly E also lets loose on the guitar solo in the concluding segment. The power takes no hostages with all the guns blazing with tenacity, and the refrain is tremendous. Furthermore, the guitarist takes centre stage, effortlessly exploring the fretboard. The addition of the synth in the closing stanza also adds a new layer to the tune, drawing us back in time after time.
You can check out the ‘Rise Above‘ by Olly E by clicking here.
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