With his new pop-punk song “A Good Thing,” artists Jeff Manseau demonstrates the power of collaboration to create immersive and powerful outcomes.
Jeff is a jack-of-all-trades who has been making rock music for many years. Drums, guitar, sound engineering, and vocals are all part of the mix. Wendell Hollis has recently begun working with Jeff (songwriter) on a pop-punk EP. The project’s first track is titled “A Good Thing.”
While they have both accomplished a great deal in their individual careers, this project is a blank slate that will serve as a basis for what they intend to do in the future.
A Good Thing builds from these punk-pop early moments – in which the vocal is the center, passion, and colorful riffs – into an eventually immersive and anthem-like surge of energy for the hook. Additional voices fill out the outside layers, along with more extensive instrumentation in general, resulting in a massive moment of unification. This irresistible chorus serves as a catchy and unforgettable pop highlight.
Recognizable voices lead the way, slightly light but expressive, and contrast nicely with the deep and complete soundscape surrounding them. The calm resolve for the hook is lovely and allows for actual impact, given the weight of the rest of the song.
The sound is one-of-a-kind in every manner, not least structurally, as these numerous sections shift from genre to genre and from pandemonium to tranquility. Jeff Manseau adds a depth of character and fragility that complements the song’s rhythm and provides a genuinely human, natural connection.
Jeff Manseau delivers a fantastic vocal performance that alternates between gentleness and strength depending on the situation. A beautiful tune with a tremendous hook. When the energy in the room is dwindling, or you need to take a lengthy journey – to get somewhere new, or simply to examine the world and your choices within it – this is an excellent pick.