Today’s song is “Nowhere To Go” by London-based Alternative Rock/Indie Pop artist Roger DeFlor. The reason why I pick this song is because of the beautiful acoustic guitar. The acoustic solo at certain parts like the beginning is absolutely beautiful. Yet, this acoustic sound makes the lyrics more honest as you can sense any pretenses being stripped and you can feel the message’s core. I really love this acoustic sound and love the beautiful strumming! DeFlor’s intricate strumming reminds me of the wonderful guitar players of the 60s and 70s like Eric Clapton and Lindsey Buckingham.
Another thing that I really love how the vocals are layered. In the verses, one can hear a solo male vocalist, crooning the melody with a light tenor tone. It is when the song hits the chorus that hears the beautiful depth of layered vocals. There are many layers of vocals — background and main — that create something really gorgeous yet with so much depth, another area where the honesty and the bare feelings of the song are showcased.
“Nowhere To Go” by Roger DeFlor is such a beautiful tune with its layered vocals during chorus and the acoustic guitar’s melodies. You really have to check this out because you will fall in love with the song like I did!
Make sure to listen to the song below and let me know what you think in the comments!
About the Artist: Roger DeFlor
Roger DeFlor is a London based Singer/Songwriter from Barcelona, playing his own blend of Bedroom Pop, Jazz, and Soul-Funk. Writing personal songs with a sincere message, his music aims to escape from reality for a while.
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