Today’s Daily Feature is “Any Less Than Everything” by the American Alternative Rock band Yes Trespassing. The lyrics are authentic as they discuss the fear of not making the most of one’s time on Earth. People want to constantly evolve as people to become their best selves for other people. This is something that any listener can relate to as they ponder their own personal stories while listening.
But musically, this song is a true headbanger. It is an explosive alt-rock track that is driven by high energy in every note. The soundscape draws influences from the ’90s and 2000s rock like the Foo Fighters and Switchfoot. You can hear these influences clearly in the guitar riffs (which are addictive, I kept on rockin’ out at each riff). I just love the little solos the guitar has going on in the chorus. Yet, there is an infectious hook in the vocal melodies and instrumentation, especially in the chorus, that is very memorable.
Listeners shouldn’t miss out solo melody towards the end of the song as it is indeed a powerhouse section. Make sure to check out “Any Less Than Everything” down below. What do you like about the song? Let me know in the comments!
About the Artist: Yes Trespassing
Hailing from the legendary Muscle Shoals, AL, this four-piece rock outfit is adding new flavors to the Muscle Shoals sound and blowing minds across the Southeast. Trey Nichols (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Jonathan Mackey (Bass, Vocals), Dylan Johnson (Drums), and Emmett Redding (Guitar, Vocals), make up Yes Trespassing. The band formed in the midst of a pandemic and began arming themselves with material to share and tour with once things opened back up. Yes Trespassing is wasting no time making an impact in their region.
The band’s sound is heavily influenced by the 90s and 2000’s rock movements, from alternative to grunge to even some heavier metal bands. Their songs emphasize the intertwining of instantly memorable melodies with thought-provoking lyrics that listeners easily relate to, while also providing a driving rhythm that demands to headbang.
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