Fast-rising favorites of ours By Ricky Jamaraz get the chemistry just right with this latest release. Emerging complete with a stunning visual story, and vocals that make fine use of contrast between delicacy and absolute passion, User Interface is a powerful indie-rock anthem, with a decidedly poignant subject matter. Though the song is clearly incredibly personal to the songwriter and singer, it touches on a topic that’s likely to be all too common for many. The hook sentiment, in particular, stands tall amidst the uplifting, energizing wash of the instrumental set-up.
When you listen to this amazing track you won’t believe Ricky Jamaraz is just 14 years old. The maturity, voice, and passion are just out of this world. He is an independent artist from Nottingham, UK. He fell in love with rock music when he was just an infant. By the age of 9, he got a life-changing lesson from his music teacher and got the chance to experience Bon Jovi. It is the best example for first sight. He really loved the energy and the passion of rock music and with his immense talent, he too wanted to produce his own music that inspires people. He adores rock music and isn’t afraid to try anything from Jazzy music to heavy metal. Ricky’s songwriting skills aren’t second to his music powers. So far he has written over 25 songs. “User Interface”, was heavily influenced by all sides of the 80s. Rock acts like Van Halen and Def Leppard ring a bell, and even more, mainstream synth/pop influences can be heard in the track.
Catchy as ever, passionately performed and addictive for its powerful repetition of the concept – of never being boxed in, finding the people who don’t seek to do that to you; those who empower you. This is likely to be a song that means something slightly different to each individual who hears it. Whatever it is that this connects with, its optimism and strength are crucial, and the song leaves you with a lasting sense of possibility – a feeling that nothing is truly over until life itself is. With his pure talent and passion for rock music, there’s a bright future ahead for Ricky Jamaraz as a young artist and we can expect much more great music from him.