Relighting the organic fire of open and honest instrumental music, Spicy Tempo’s song”Lights On the Seine” is a most beautiful track to all the audience out there. ‘Lights on the Seine’ with it’s haunting sounds of piano, guitar, bass and drums will transport you to Paris France the romantic city of light where it’s dazzling river Seine with it’s sparkling night lights and romantic boats called ‘Bateaux Mouches’ transform the scene into a magical landscape. Everything from the rhythm and instrumentation, to the leading artist’s passion, makes this a deeply authentic piece of amazing soundscape and performance.
The instrumentation on this piece has a certain sense of color and character to it that really makes it stand out. This is not in an overly shouty or attention grabbing manner, but in the simple, creative details that make it what it is. The simplicity of the soundscape also works in favor of this. The music offers up a string of widely accessible, comforting ideas, and though there is a clear connection between the leading performers, the connection between them and the audience is one that would likely shine well in a live setting. Lights On the Seine will give you a different vibe, and the music has a certain happiness about it that really reinforces the sentiment. The whole thing works well in reminding you to stop and appreciate the simple things, to not take life for granted.
For a song that offers a certain style of melodic development which, in itself, is enough to entertain and satisfy any number of popular music fans, this whole thing of “Lights On the Seine” presents a pleasantly surprising, high energy soundscape, which builds on that initial vibe in a strong way. What I mean by this is that the music, the creative production, the build up, the drop – all of it hits hard in the manner that many of the bigger singles generally do. The ambiance is multi-layered, motivational, expressive, detailed, and on top of this – the song itself is smooth, well performed, characterful, and offers a fresh vibe to the audience as well. The topic is widely accessible, the approach is appropriately in keeping with the energy of the track, and vice versa, so these two sides of the system work really well together.
The further you get into it, the more the passion builds – the soundscape and the melody rise up hand in hand, and when the drop hits and sealing the deal with regard to this being a solid and warming hit for turntables throughout the coming months as well.