Introspective of the problems in the world, and the solutions that do not obviously heed themselves – the descriptions of Azwel’s Men Of Dishonor grapples with that twist in humanity and the quenching of the anger, not satisfied.
Purposeful, and sweeping, ‘Men Of Dishonor’ quickly got to us when we heard it for the first time.
The chorus is like flying across windswept perpetual fields of waist high grass, blue skies above – all picturesque in emotion and draping one with heartfelt longing.
Taking day by day.
The penetration of decisions made, and options discarded, comes into play every second of our lives. Distractions in our scope of being ‘satisfied’ makes our eyes see worse. It’s the challenge of clearing the cloudy challenge we have before us.
The folk-ish-pop-rock feel of the song is so embracing and accessible to the ears. Pretending in a vail of subtlty, the message of the song is viable and direct.
The Brit-pop feel of the song comes right through from the first bar, and that makes any subject lighter for consumption – even though the subject might be heavy.
The multi-instrumentalist Jason Perrillo had made ‘Men Of Dishonor’ the first song of his October 2017 album ‘The Elastic Journey’. And it certainly sets the mood for the trip we’re about to embark, with him.
His current band includes: Jason Perrillo (Vocals/keyboards/guitar), Joe Lorge (guitar/backing vocals), Gregg Steele (bass/backing vocals), John Zaletel (drums/percussion), and Randy Bennis (keyboards).