Chilled vibe here with a pick up in energy in the chorus. Solid vocals and I like the overall style on the tune here. Has a bit of an R&B influence on the vocals all the while the music pulls from several electro genres. Has a nice mix of dynamics from the verse to the bridge and back to the chorus. For fans of Years & Years.
This track showcases the vocal harmony of The Shadowboxers which is something of a trade mark for them. The music is more on the experimental side for R&B in the verse sections. This is not a bad thing and for me is what hooked me from the start. The chorus is on point and the vocal harmony reminds me Bee Gees. The music in the chorus is more on the disco side of the fence with the guitar and drums but has a modern flair with the drone-ish bassline. “Well the only thing that stays the same is that Nothing ever does” – love that line.
Its’ the upbeat / chorus that got me here. It’s a house style track with a strong R&B vocal and a pinch of Trip Hop.
WNDR said: “‘Let It Out’ is me showing off my style as the versatile genre bending club music producer I am. Think of urban hard hitting affiliations, meets 4-to-the-floor club music”