Calboa Expresses Himself With Candour On New Single
Calboa is dealing with the ramifications of falling in love with someone and then having things go wrong. On ‘Love Is A Pain Of Its Own‘, he’s crying out for some release, and he expresses himself in a way that many will find prevalent.
A Yorkshire native, he has a penchant for churning out an anthem, which he accomplishes here with a more ballad-like approach. Its momentum is inspiring, and the incredible crescendos between sections carve out a new route for the forward-thinking musician and songwriter.
This tune has two versions, one that is explicit and the other that is clean. The more explicit version is by far the most popular because it vents more profoundly, and the energy feels more genuine. Calboa is a modern wordsmith, and his poetry is thrilling; additionally, explore deep into his phrases, and you will realise that there is more to his words than meets the eye.
In terms of music, there is not a lot that the track gets wrong. Furthermore, the drums aren’t thunderous, keeping the tone consistent with the theme. They do, however, have enough grit to keep things interesting. In addition, the mix manages to highlight all of the instruments and elements included in the mix. The guitars have their own area in the mix, while the synth and bass, despite low volume, receive some airtime. Modern-day mixers face a difficult task in bringing everything together with clarity, but they succeed here.
You can take a listen to this new single here.
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