Composers John Scott and Gary Gnaedinger unite nostalgia and newness throughout the ultimately high-octane power-Rock kissed Retro Pop anthem “Time To Go.” It begins with live drumming and combines the simple strum of a guitar chord pattern of warmth and familiarity with a dreamy organic layer to introduce things with an appeal.
Their addictive new track “Time To Go” particularly stands out, combining the sheer force and weight of engaging rock riffs. And the live crash of drums with a remarkably dynamic, almost pop-style vocal lead with intimate, poetic lyrics for a subtle genre fusion that’s refreshing.
“Time To Go” is almost nostalgically pop-like in songwriting, evolving from short lines and simple riffs to the ultimate uplift and alluring embrace of its revealing hook.
“Time To Go” lays the way for an ambient listen that US and global fans will adore alike, showcasing their sound with stunning integrity while also highlighting a level of building anticipation and ambient design.
John Scott and Gary Gnaedinger offer a new vocal identity to the scene. The track’s structure allows for a genuinely immersive listen – inventive bends, subtle production decisions, and pedals that bring out a catchy vibe throughout its duration.
The production emphasizes the approachable, Retro pop-rock part. Still, the live aura remains — these pop kissed vocals of personality, the optimism of the lyrics in juxtaposition to the gloom of the musical backdrop.
Juxtaposition is an essential aspect of the release, and as such, it effectively intrigues – and provides a unique look into John Scott & Gary Gnaedinger’s sound and style.