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Solomon ‘All These Lights’ : Melancholy, you’re swept forth – in a wave of happiness – which you don’t know why, but embrace.

Solomon / Photo: Patrick Dreuning

Philosophical, extravagant, emotive, burgeoning – Solomon’s single ‘All These Lights’ is a beautiful indie rock assumption, tattered by the heft of the subject, but never weighed down. Maastricht-based band Solomon takes you to a place of musical rapture, with compelling vocals offering comfort with each and every listen.

The band offers a blend of hopeful sounds, with just a touch of sadness to really scratch that melancholy itch.

A grand vibe comes through, in their productions. With deep and rich vocals, proceeding to guide you through a guitar sparkling and support enriched forest, you tickle with the effervescence of it all.

From the melancholy, you’re swept forth – in a wave of happiness – which you don’t know why, but embrace.

Stadium and live goodness is where Solomon reaches. An experience of pop articulations, the engines of instruments deliver knocking blows to your assumptions.

You will fly. You must.

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