Spectral Display Release Enormous New Track ‘You’re My Religion’

Spectral Display give us goosebumps with their new delivery, ‘You’re My Religion‘. It’s a song about a profound sense of loyalty to someone, and Paul Simon, the vocalist, exudes confidence from the start.

Starting with an opening synth that bubbles with its cadence, the music gets right to the point. Paul Simon emerges soon, and his message resonates for the entirety. The intro is relatively chill, with the voice taking centre stage. However, the music suddenly hits like a tonne of bricks with overwhelming flavour.

The chorus is enormous! It’s one of the reasons I’m so excited about this new release. Furthermore, the musical foundation is firm and of exceptional quality. Additionally, the backing harmonies that emerge from the refrain lend even more dynamism to the piece.

However, the thrills don’t stop there; Paul Simon pushes deep into his vocal range and delivers a divine bridge towards the end. The music takes a step back before resuming even more prominent than previously.

Overall, ‘You’re My Religion‘ is an enjoyable treat for all. Not only does it make us happy, but it also paves the way for Spectral Display’s future, which looks promising. So much so that I’m looking forward to hearing what the band has planned for the coming year. To be sure, if this tune is any indication, we’re in for a treat.

You can take a listen to this new single here.

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