Make The World Go Away has Sudano slide into a thoughtful, funky sort of track that will immediately be appreciated by anyone that has had any sort of anxiety about how human interactions go. The intimations laid down here by Bruce touch upon David Bowie and Phil Collins with a hint of Thom Yorke interspersed in here. The bit of horn that presents itself during Sudano’s latest single take up the standards of Huey Lewis and Chicago. By reviving these foundations of rock music alongside his own unique touch, Sudano is able to create a song that will remain relevant for years, if not decades. What do you think about his latest?
We previously covered Sudano’s It Don’t Take Much (Because I Do), The Mountain, Back In The Neighborhood, and Keep Doin’ What You’re Doin’.
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