Bottom Again By Moonlight Saints (Original Single)

JUST ROCK Bottom Again By Moonlight Saints (Original Single)

If there's one thing I know, it's that music has the power to make you feel alive. It's the beat of the drum, the screech of the guitar, and the rumble of the bass that speaks to your soul. And when all those elements come together just right, you've got a rock anthem that will keep you pumped up for days. That's exactly what you'll find in the latest release from the Moonlight Saints, "Bottom Again".

The band has taken it up a notch and shows off their tremendous amount of talent on "Bottom Again". From the guitar solos that'll have you rocking out to the beat of the drum, to the bass that holds down a solid riff, this song is a masterpiece. And it's not just me saying that, the track was recorded at Slate Hill Recording Studios in Brookfield, MA by a terrific producer who also worked on the Nirvana Live Album.

The song starts out like the perfect rock song should, with fast drumming and crazy guitar strumming. And just when you think it can't get any better, the first verse kicks in. The lyrics, "When my train won't come to a stop / Feel insane my mind's in a fog / Push or pull can't make it on top," express feelings of frustration and confusion in the face of a difficult situation. These lyrics are a universal experience that we've all faced at some point, and the song's ability to capture that feeling so accurately is what makes it so powerful.

And let's talk about those lyrics for a second. The wordplay and cleverness in the writing are top-notch. The words tell a clear story, and there are plenty of lines that stood out to me. For example, "Should I end up calling his bluff / Roll the dice or fold it all up / Don't know what's coming up next / So, I keep on falling till I hit the Bottom Again." The singer is grappling with a decision, trying to decide whether to confront someone who may be bluffing or not. The line, "So, I keep on falling till I hit the Bottom Again," shows the singer's struggle, and how they may keep repeating the same mistakes.

These lyrics are relatable and will hit home for many listeners. And that's what makes this song so special. You can bop your head to the rock music, but you'll also find yourself singing along to the smart lyrics. It's the right combination of music and lyrics that will have you coming back for more.

Make sure to check out "Bottom Again" by the Moonlight Saints. And stay up to date with the band, by following them on their socials. You can stream the song on all major streaming platforms, so be sure to give it a listen or you'll truly be missing out!!


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