Graffiti Welfare – ‘Revolving Shores’
Released on Milleville Music, ‘Revolving Shores’ is the brilliant new album from Denver-based artist Graffiti Welfare. It is a ten-track electronic-pop release that you need to hear this Summer.
‘To Be It’ opens the release and gently swims into the sonic spectrum. We adore the gentle and welcoming nature of the track that slowly surrounds the audience.
‘DejaBlue’ is a standout song. We love the punchy beat, melodic keys and charisma. In addition, the gritty guitar leads add further layers of colour to the piece.
‘Volume’ takes the release in a fresh direction with hard-hitting lyrics and ever-evolving instrumentation. ‘Nothing Ever Changes’ is an ambient, cinematic piece with layers of interest and intrigue. Finally, ‘Seashell’ closes the release and leaves the listener reaching for the repeat button.
Graffiti Welfare says about this stunning album, “Featuring my late grandmother and oldest brother on the cover; this ambitious album is as personal as they come. From ambient to electronic, from minimalistic pop to hyperbolic psychedelic, consciousness is spinning through the wheels and reflecting off the waves, one track at a time. Who knows where you’ll wake up next? Just rinse, float, repeat.”
Graffiti Welfare cites his influences as coming from artists such as Animal Collective, Feels, Tame Impala, Lonerism, Radiohead, King of Limbs and Unknown Mortal Orchestra. We can hear these muses coming through on ‘Revolving Shores’ but make no mistake; Graffiti Welfare is making music all his own.
The Wheelhouse Studio
‘Revolving Shores’ has been superbly mastered by The Wheelhouse Studio in Golden, Colorado. Together the team have created a piece of art that will stand the test of time.
So make sure you add ‘Revolving Shores’ to your new music playlist this week. Graffiti Welfare is a talented and exciting artist who needs to be heard!
FVMusicBlog June 2022
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