With the compelling and refreshingly original “PLANET X,” Rennie Ozzimo injects a precise degree of identity and character into the present music landscape by stylishly blending the intensity and weight of pop-rock with a surprisingly delicate vocal lead.
Rennie Ozzimo is a Melbourne-based, self-employed Australian singer-songwriter. Rennie’s first studio album was the result of three years of hard effort, during which time he continued to grow as a performer and challenge himself, his voice resonating with honesty. He takes his most significant creative leap yet, combining spirit, passion, and soul. The album’s title, ‘Dear Life,’ is a contemplative chronicle of the past, a diary that promotes hope and courage, and it was totally produced by Paul Wiltshire (CEO of Songtradr Inc).
There are moments of love and sorrow, including tender ballads of leaving and returning home, high-energy pop breakouts, and possibilities to bring you back to the ideal environment of ‘Planet X,’ your final destination, on this collaborative voyage of primarily original songs.
A quietly piano-led offering from an increasingly charming, truly gifted Rennie Ozzimo introduces a refreshing take on intimate, colorful, and irresistible rock-tinged pop.
The tune is rapidly elevated and drawn in by great lyrics, followed by a beautiful blend of organic musicianship and clear pop building blocks and gorgeously unique, softly sensitive, and recognized vocals. In short, Rennie Ozzimo’s latest publication checks a lot of boxes.
“PLANET X” presents a broadly attractive chord pattern and melodic progression, with honest yet straightforward, poetic, and affectionate lyrics to emphasize the underlying thoughts in a believable, sympathetic fashion, with a classic style and similarly accessible vocal lead.
The voice contributes to a new feeling of self. The way the complicated piano section interacts with the drums, bass, and guitars is exceptionally refreshing and authentic in terms of bringing the artist’s passion together.
The songwriting, vocal melody, and arrangement of “PLANET X” weave their magic on the strength of songwriting, vocal melody, and structure. There’s no need for filler or deception, no needless peculiarities or volume bursts, just terrific writing, and well-executed acting.
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