7 Horses – You Know I’m Gonna Miss You (CD Single)

 

You Know I’m Gonna Miss You is the latest track released by 7 Horses, and it showcases an act that can create an effort that is far beyond their constituent parts. The track begins with a lively arrangement that resounds in listener’s hearts and minds long after the track ceases. I feel that the bass is a hidden treasure here, as it provides the perfect counter-point to the vocals and guitar work presented here. The different pairings that are present during You Know I’m Gonna Miss You allow this pop-rock styled track enough luster to interest listeners. With a healthy dose of eighties music (Stevie Nicks, Siouxsie and the Banshees), 7 Horses creates something that a wide swath of listeners can appreciate. The vocals move far beyond the narrative-generating role. Towards the end of You Know I’m Gonna Miss You, these vocals unite with the instrumentation to make incredibly intense. With this momentum, I feel that 7 Horses have succeeded in creating a song that works perfectly in rotation as well as will shine in a live format.

You Know I’m Gonna Miss You is a great introductory single for anyone that is familiarizing themselves with 7 Horses. If the track is any indication, any subsequent releases (EPs or LPs) will keep listeners on the edge of their seats. Check out their website for more information about the act, any tracks or efforts that may be released, and where one may see them live.

Rating: 8.4/10

 

7 Horses – You Know I’m Gonna Miss You (CD) / 2012 Self / 1 Track / http://www.7horsesmusic.com/

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1 thought on “7 Horses – You Know I’m Gonna Miss You (CD Single)”

  1. love the song. the lyrics are fantastic. the song is soooo related to reality. Joanne has a voice of an angel. Phil’s guitar just hums of the sounds of Elvis and Bob Dylan combined. And the drums just echo and exhuberance of Sounds of Silence. Buddy could not be better.

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