Vincent DiFrancesco - And the Trees Were Listening
You step outside and breathe in the fresh morning air after a night of constant rain. Everything seems to be alive and bright, the colors from the surrounding nature seem more vivid than usual. It’s in this moment where a hopeful feeling can be found, one that is similar to the theme and feelings within Vincent DiFrancesco’s latest single, “And the Trees Were Listening.”
As the song opens with a soft pace, a beautiful rhythm and plucked melody can quickly be found. The notes are inspiring and the layered delays are quite beautiful. It’s not a surprise that DiFrancesco has created yet another gorgeous release, as the American composer and producer has become known for his spacious ambient, neo-classical sound.
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