Big Bus Dream and his new single “Hear Me Roar” slaps the faces of those needing to change their mindsets
We are just five days away from his official new release and as one of the first ones listening to it, I have an incredible feeling to share about this song!
A few days ago I was lucky to meet Big Bus Dream via video call, we talked for over an hour about his new single and I can assure you, experience and passion breathes in and out of his pores, this song has the potential to change the way people think in the States and having the opportunity to review it excites me! There are so many hidden truths to get from the lyrics of this song and I feel his lyrics are and will be easy to relate to for many years to come.
At first, knowing he is an Indie Alternative Rock Artist made me eager to listen to the single, I was expecting a common theme in music made to denounce unfair situations, especially in the states. To my surprise, the way Mike Shannon delivers the song is completely different from all I could imagine and I simply love the concept of it.
There is an elegant touch in the way he sings and uses his voice along the single, the raspiness and the way he expresses unfairness with sentences like “Do you think your selfish little world is all we’re living for”.
The contrast between the instrumental (which is beautifully composed) and the message, the breaking of each tempo, the changes between verses and the feeling of listening to a story, resonates with the listener and offers a new approach few artists are offering these days.
Before I continue, watching and listening to his lyric video can give you a wider idea about his work.
Now, a few key phrases really put weight on this song “Country Build on the Back of Slaves” was like a slap towards each politician forgetting where they come from as well as simply “Good Luck getting that undone”, a powerful…