Listen to the bridge. Do it. And just take a deep breath. Listen to the chords melding efficiently and emphatically throughout the song. Thompson Faulk’s ‘Wasn’t There’ is an amalgamation of alt-rock, with a twist of indie-country-pop and modern folk rock, that is delectable and scrumptious to listen to.
Again, we repeat. Listen to the bridge. Do it now.
It’s just probably us, but the song is just so satisfying. What we mean by that is when the song starts off, then the story is opened to interpretation and view – our hearts and memories just stride up to another level.
And when the Piano hits. Boy oh boy. That’s just something that is fabulous.
What can we say.
We might have had a bad day when this review was being written, but the directness and arrangement progression, coupled with Faulk’s very approachable vocals – it’s a recipe that we really dig.
This song is off of the upcoming new album ‘Edge Of The USA’, slated to drop June 15.