Ubiquity Machine – ‘Beautiful Girl’
The brilliant US-based band Ubiquity Machine have released the must-hear single ‘Beautiful Girl’. It is an alt-rock-pop release that will have you reaching for the repeat button this May.
A mysterious bass opens the release before the beat drops, and the track finds its groove. Then, as the vocals enter, they take the reins of the song. We adore the thought-provoking lyrics that draw the listener in and captivate our attention effortlessly.
In addition, the chorus is catchy and feels like an old friend returning each time it comes back around. Moreover, the intelligent chordal progressions take the single in a fresh direction keeping the listener fully engaged.
Furthermore, we love the mix, master and production of ‘Beautiful Girl’. Every part of the layered instrumentation has space in the mix and shines bright. But one thing is for sure, ‘Beautiful Girl’ is a single that needs to be heard to be fully appreciated!
Ubiquity Machine are comprised of musicians Dan Marsh (the Rabbit) and Howard Rabach. They have been writing and performing together for over a decade. They are both excellent multi-instrumentalists, producers and songwriters in their own right, but the magic happens when they play together.
Previously, the band released two singles that we have been fortunate to cover on the blog, and we fully recommend checking out their back catalogue.
One thing is for sure: Ubiquity Machine are prolific writers, and many more future releases are planned. So make sure you follow the band’s socials below to be the first to hear about new music.
Ubiquity Machine are a band who are on the rise this May. They are releasing music that makes them stand out from the crowd, and we can not wait to hear more!
Until then, ‘Beautiful Girl’ is available to stream from the link below; enjoy today!
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