A rich piano starts I Hope You’re Well, a track the is extremely touching and intricate while still having a very radio-friendly track. I Hope You’re Well possesses a production that allows the distinct elements of Violet Night to shine alone and as a cohesive unit. The track feels like late Blink 182 or Taking Back Sunday, while being a bit more firmly located in the rock tradition. The spot-on drumming is a high point of the track, with masterful fills uniting the vocals and guitars presented on the track.
The track has enough subtle twists and turns to keep listeners interested from beginning to end, providing them with a tremendous introduction to this act. There is considerable replay value to I Hope You’re Well – the density and intricate nature of the track will have listeners finding something new the third or fifth time that they put on the track. The Youtube link provided showcases a whole different facet to Violet Night and I Hope You’re Well; the rough-hewn black and white track provides additional highlighting of specific words and phrases, all while providing additional context to this effecting track.
The lead-out for the track spins things to a close with a nice, thick bow – listeners are given a ton to think about in the space of four minutes, all while fostering a love for Violet Night that will ensure that fans are eagerly anticipating anything new from this British Columbia (Canada) act. Make it a point to visit the Violet Night Bandcamp for additional information about I Hope You’re Well and the band’s Facebook for additional information regarding any further music coming from their camp.
Violet Night – I Hope You’re Well Single Review / 2105 Self / 1 Track / https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4cxJL6dQ8R4&feature=youtu.be / www.connorpohl.com / https://violetnight.bandcamp.com/track/i-hope-youre-well