Swifties rejoice! Taylor Swift is back with new music. After two excellent albums, folklore and Evermore, which were artfully crafted while working with Aaron Dessner of The National, Swift returns with another solid collection of pop music with an indie twist.
The recent TikTok viral revival of classic indie staple “Teenage Dirtbag” surprised many, but for Wheatus, this latest surge is just another day at the office.
All-in-all, “Haley’s Comet” serves as a proverbial sign marker for Kenton Place. It is a snapshot of a particular moment in time within the young band’s history. For listeners, the track represents something of a lesson in life, and that while denial is a stage we all must face at one point or another, still, the sensation itself is fleeting, much in the way the actual Haley’s Comet is – if you’ve got the stomach to survive it.
Recently, we caught up with veteran singer/songwriter Kyle Vincent. Among other things, we touch on what he’s been up to during the lockdown, his origins in music, the formation of Candy, the early days of the LA Hair Metal/Glam scene, his work as a solo artist, joining the Bay City Rollers, and a whole lot more.
“Time” is another win for Leol, whose street cred is steadily rising on the scene, with two knock-it-out-of-the-park singles under his belt, it will be a great pleasure to watch his career unfold from here.