‘Show Me’ by Complicated Animals is very sensual. Let us describe it this way. It’s just the way you feel when caressing your significant other’s stockinged legs. Taught, silky, soft, attractive. It’s something that we don’t try to think about, but we human animals do sometimes do. And when we do, and reminded by songs like ‘Show Me’, it’s glorious.
Let it be. It’s natural, we say.
But the song is a pretty pleading to saneness – to relationships that could be better, be heaven. Monica da Silva & Chad Alger make up the fab synth duo, minimalist stylists of the musical waves – and we can’t look away.
Look away a bit. Then look right back. They’re still here. There. Close your eyes. Feel that silkiness. That’s heaven.
She’s heaven to be with. Think it over.
‘Twin Peaks’ anyone?
“Show Me (that you want me) really struck me as an intense idea for a song,” says vocalist da Silva. “It’s scary how detached we humans have become. Technology is great, but we’ve got to remember how important human interaction is, and not just go through the motions like zombies. For this song, Chad dug an old synthesizer we had out of the closet. We started stacking sounds and layering vocals. The production came together quickly, and virtually all of the sounds in the track were created using the same synth.”
We get ya.
The dynamic Brazilian & American duo, are rep’ed by Socialite Fiasco.