underfoot by Carey Clayton

Carey Clayton has crafted an epic, flowing tune that fills me with a sense of drowning. The percussive backbone is dense; a thick kick and punchy articulation fill the dynamic edges of the song.

The song was written around the idea of being tongue-tied and having a loss of words. Seriously this tune is so big, anthemic, I swear this needs to be turned up loud. There are lovely little hints in the delivery, secret notes from the fuzzy response in the guitars that are an experience in themselves.

Vocally the track is quite withdrawn, owning more and more to that sense of drowning… there is a dreaminess that follows the vocalist’s cadence. Ultimately this is an outstanding release, and the first single from the upcoming album “suddenly, gradually.” Follow Carey on social and stay tuned to IMR for release dates.

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