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Take Your Things by WUWU

The song really has a dynamic approach, while the lo-fi vibe is quite prevalent in the recording, and the charm is endearing.

This song, Take Your Things, is a commentary from Californian musicians Thomas Howbert and Kristen Gradwhol ( WUWU ) on the aging process and the search for the feeling of home. The artists are sharing an even deeper thought with the listener; in that, the band is really hoping to draw more attention to the current housing crisis and homelessness in the US, and the world.

The song really has a dynamic approach, while the lo-fi vibe is quite prevalent in the recording, and the charm is endearing. I appreciated the vocal approach, it’s almost soulful, however, the pop melodies still come through in the delivery. The track moves from one section to another with a few cuts in the transitions. This is a little jarring at first, but the effect is bold and brings the listener to a stop, almost like a point for further thought, before moving into an almost different tune…

Vocally I think the track has a bit of a Morrison vibe, the psychedelic style in the keys and guitar have a true Doors approach. I would love to see this group live at an outdoor festival somewhere in Monterey… pop festival anyone?

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