What’s up warriors and today I’m going to be discussing a new song that has come across my palms by a band called Trope.
So a Little Background Info.
Trope is an alternative prog/rock band located in Hollywood, LA. Formed in 2016, the band have been perfecting their sound and songwriting, leading to their highly anticipated debut album Eleutheromania. Combining hypnotic rhythms with dark, progressive elements, singer Diana Studenberg gives the band their recognizable sound with her delicate-to-angst vocals which cascade dramatically atop their dynamic melodies.
Leading single “Shout” is a cover of the well-loved song by Tears for Fears. Bursting with resonating guitars, powerful vocals and crashing drums, the track builds into an anthemic release.
So after listening to this, they have made it their own style of music and completely took out the timing signature of the original 4/4 beat and adapted it to their own music and it’s also nice hearing a heavy version of this song actually reminds me of disturbed’s take on the sound of silence as well.
The Guitar work is nicely done as well and fits right in with the vocals and drumming work making this an all-rounder for a song and doesn’t even feel like a cover version of the song with them adapting it to their own style.
I think this song is ace it’s right up my avenue with me being a fan of Tears for Fears and the heavier side of music I had to give this a listen and I’m glad I did as I like it when bands to songs like this in their own timing and style and actually make it their own masterpiece.
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Let me know what you think in the comments!