Flare Voyant is a high exquisite combo. Their sound is clean, but still retains the DNA that makes your neighbors call the cops. It's a jam made for you, a cool placid connoisseur of takes with progressive insights and Hard hittin' school vibes of the '70.
The motion of the melody is technical but doesn't try to emulate a show-off, group. The key is exactly the opposite: they do not flirt with excess, their secret is to keep it groovy and fresh. Every time you put this acid take on, new details will pop up in your ears. Music is free and they play that chord, following a musical thought that guides them throughout the tracks of the road to glory.
Line Up: Thomas Baignères (vocals) Rod Bourganos (guitar) Lucas Roxo (drums) Erico Jônis (bass) Greg Sá Bach (Hammond)
If Miles Davis were the author of this article, he would say: ''It's the birth of a new cool''. The single emerges with a voice that recalls the serenity of the '50 big shots. A Bluesy feeling that adds that refined touch of class. The drumming is the powerhouse of the beats. The guitar is the point of no return and the riffs are served with that distinguished Motown flavor while the Hammond's wall howls deeply at this Jazzy sugar cube.
Rock 'N' Roll's essence is not a fake industry, but up to when feeling gets less important than the courage of the musicians, the sound will keep rebelling.
The Industry Of Cool - Almost Famous