Catching Flies - When The Sun Bursts
There’s something incredibly dreamy about Catching Flies single, “When The Sun Bursts” which is part of his recent album release, Silver Lining. Maybe it’s the playful lead melodies or the hypnotizing percussion, but every detailed poured into this track is awe inspiring and left me speechless.
The natural flow of the song is also noteworthy - from the laid back opening to the beautiful bridge we discover half way through the track that is stacked with intricate beats, it all goes to show how skilled Catching Flies is at crafting unique atmospheres for listeners to get lost within.
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