Dr.Trenchfoot by Mourning Moon offers up a great beat, fusing a classic mood with something a little more electronic and synth-let. The ambiance works well, the vibe is mellow and easy to get into, and on top of this, you get a distinct and characterful leading artist delivering the hook and the lyricism, and the flow in a confident and stylish way.
The song itself has a slightly modern rock feel – the melody throughout the verses utilizes just two notes for the most part; a simple yet effective style of writing that sinks in well. The additional vocal parts creating a chorus effect at the end of each line also add a fairly simple yet effective touch that again works in favor of this overall easy-going vibe.
It’s not easy to craft a track that stands out in an ever-growing world of music. Mourning Moon immediately introduces itself in a way that grabs you. The sound of that leading voice is characterful and memorable, and the flow is superb – increasingly impressive as the track progresses. What you also notice about this release is that the music and the performer work hand in hand to create a united effect. The soundscape stops and starts appropriately, as does the alternative rock flow, and the vocal effects are chosen really seem to bring the human element into the center of the sound – so everything works as a unit, hand in hand.
The rising passion of this piece and the instrumental complexity has the effect of completely surrounding you in the music and the moment. It has a hypnotic and addictive effect, particularly those moments that showcase the absolute high of the emotional intensity – the immense vocal reach, the cascading riffs, the tunes, the beat, the synths, everything about it. The song is beautiful, incredibly uplifting – so much so that the very moment it starts, this whole thing will blow your mind and soul at once. The whole thing has a definite freshness but it also brings with it a touch of powerful nostalgia that has been greatly missed.