‘Let You Go’ was released a little while ago but somehow we missed it. Our first listen convinced us that we should go ahead and review although late coming to it.
Oh boy is ‘Let You Go’ ear wormy, that melody is huge. It’s infectious, summery – even in the midst of snow storms – and fun. But it has this really great almost epic feel that sneaks up on you.
Yep there’s an indie edge to this but it’s really poppy and way danceable people. But let’s say you were made to sit and listen to it, you’re not going to miss out, there’s a great production, different things coming at you. Just when you think you know what’s coming they throw something else at you. This is no lightweight pop single, there’s a depth to it. Listen closely and you’ll hear some rather lovely guitar going on, and some really clever drums. In fact it was the drumming on this track that made me sit up and listen, there’s lovely space to it, it’s sparse but drives the song beautifully.
I really like good pop, but it has to be good. It has to match up to my perfect pop moments. It has to convince me that it’s produced and played with feeling, skill and attention to detail. Silver Wilson have me convinced.
Leeds/Nottingham indie band Silver Wilson started life in late 2015 and using fresh ideas they began making indie music with an original twist. Incorporating new technology with a mix of indie of guitars, bass, and drums, the band have organically built a loyal following for their summery danceable guitar-indie-pop.