Noah Lema Goes Old School With New Pop Single
With their new single, ‘One For You‘, Noah Lema and his musical partner Anderton bring back the 80s pop sounds. It’s a tune that borrows ideas from the greatest in the game.
With a nostalgic overture that descends into the realms of cheesy pop, the song begins with a gradual warm-up. This music as it unfolds, though, isn’t overly corny, which makes it stand out. Furthermore, many tracks with a similar architecture and a dreamy male vocal, such as Andertons, fall into the prosaic category, but this one is different. So much so that it sounds refreshing and adds to a sound that was popular in the past.
This track contains several musical components that make it separate from the competition in today’s game. Standing out is crucial because the industry is so fierce these days, and Noah Lema and Anderton do just that. Furthermore, the drums tap with a new wave beat, and modulated synths return to the vanguard of modern music. Similarly, the bass line bursts forth from the speakers with vigour, glueing the mix together with its contagious qualities.
However, the thrills do not end there! Furthermore, towards the end of the track, we hear a saxophone take the stage, and it synergizes with the magnitude of other sounds that are also vying for the spotlight.
Great work, Noah and Anderton! Please keep them coming.
You can take a listen to this new single here.
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