Peter Cavallo - Looking Through Glass
Review: Peter Cavallo - Looking Through Glass
It’s late in the evening and you’re not ready to put things to rest. Instead you sit at your desk, going over the thoughts and feelings from the previous day - it’s almost as if they’re on repeat within your mind. As you continue this drift, the subtle piano notes begin to leak into the room.
What you’re hearing is the dark and intimate sounds from Peter Cavallo’s latest track, “Looking Through Glass.” Featuring a somber piano melody and a soft string section, it’s a deeply moving piece that quickly draws in listeners and leaves them speechless. What I can’t seem to shake is how mysterious and cinematic the overall atmosphere is. It’s a beautiful track that feels as though it could be the backing score to an intense and dramatic scene in the next big blockbuster hit.
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