“I’m Coming Home” is a gorgeously colorful release that offers up a smooth, creatively detailed soundscape, alongside both a compelling new melody and subsequent country music that adds further to the evolution and unpredictability of the whole song. The Falcon Circle is made up of indie artists: Jammie Jolly, David Irilli & 2 grammy award winners in James Cravero & Steve Pallura. The group met in a Philadelphia-based studio and decided to collaborate on a song together. Soldiers are one of the greatest, bravest souls around the world and they sacrifice each and everything that they have to protect the country and humans. Therefore The Falcon Circle wanted to honor our active military and veterans with a song of encouragement. Jammie, who served in the US NAVY, was the catalyst to the song “I’m coming home” Their goal is to remind us all to support the men and women who protect this great nation.
The riffs on this track are actually fantastic, and the rhythm of the music is not the only driving force behind the energy – the delivery of the melody has a certain pattern to it that offers a similarly addictive and uplifting quality of country music. On top of all of this, you get a real showman presenting the music to you. Anything sounds better when the artist showcasing it is already, clearly in love with the process – it’s a great thing to experience.
As the audience, if you can go through the lyrics, we are pretty sure you all will end up with tears in your eyes. This whole thing is magnificent, heart-touching, and warm at the same time. The word colorful works brilliantly here, this experience of just over two minutes showcases a structurally detailed and varied piece of music and writing, eventually centered around the vibrancy of the music and this memorable melody and concept of our shared strangeness.