Chicago musician, John Morton aka Post Radio, has created a telling and nuanced track that brings a harmony of emotion and laid back energy to the table. This track, Into The Tide, is rambling in a good way. This song is a story that dances with balanced production and a serene vocal.

The beat is mesmerizing, it follows the listener throughout the track, and combined with the mellow vocal, Morton creates this soothing lament for the listener.

There are similarities with The National, less of a Baritone, but nuanced and interesting in his delivery similar to Matt Berninger. There are some interesting production elements that come out toward the end of the track, little quirks in the melody that bring a sense of dynamic and interest to the rolling tune.

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