The Roses by March to May

Such an interesting and contemplative song, from the remarkable modern pop band March to May. The cinematic style and mix of chamber pop/indie rock in the tune is really captivating. The vocal really brings the pop influence, being a balance of male and female voices, the balance is really well done.

The cinematic nature of the song is truly intense. There are swells that build and drop off at every turn. This is a forest of sound that has a magical mix of instrumentation and imagination. The cello is heard soaring throughout the song, building on the rhythmic snare and more subtle piano.

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