SirenBlue’s understated yet evocative songwriting strikes again in the form of a uniquely structured indie pop-rock piece Every Other Weekend that gradually evolves and erupts into new realms of expression.
SirenBlue, located in the United Kingdom, spent the early 2000s refining their own blend of power pop and indie rock. After an extensive break due to the epidemic, they decided to make use of the chance to remaster their debut album, ‘Death of Dreams,’ regaining their love in the process. They chose to get right to work on their new album, ‘Same But Different,’ riding a surge of creative momentum. It’s a spectacular return for a band whose everlasting appeal stems from powerful voices, clever lyrics, and catchy tunes.
Every Other Weekend is a remarkably open and charming new single that connects for its purity of concept and the straightforward indie pop, rock set-up of the music, leading with songwriting strength, bringing together mesmerizing melodies and lyrical honesty.
The song Every Other Weekend continues to introduce a wistful indie rock-esque vocal leading, which shifts in flow and pace throughout, ultimately constructing something decidedly artistic and thoughtful, surfing the simple, organic power of a sliding guitar pattern and a raw, intimate drum-line.
Every Other Weekend appeals for its crisp take on the rock sound of yesteryear, as well as the initial fascination of the lyrics, with a raw indie build-up and appealing vocals that follow short, addicting lines and a basic melody to quickly connect.
Even the way the melodies develop has a definite SirenBlue thread running through it – all distinctive elements to keep in mind for a modern band. Every Other Weekend is a timeless song, traditional in style but authentic in its honesty and the topics it bravely addresses.
It’s a great single that’s both honest and distinctive at the same time. It’s been professionally produced and is anchored in the gratifying and universally likable sounds of a simpler time.