Friday, June 20, 2014
The Hiding Explores Creative Emotional Music With Run City Run
Listen closely and you get the sounds of guitars, drums, bass, and perfectly timed and themed vocals. It’s a song that really catches you off guard as it moves through lyrical connections that you are going to find compelling overall. There are so many bands trying to do this type of music and failing to capture the elements correctly. What you get here is a band that knows how to mix their emotions with lyrical contemplation, driving bass lines, and unique elements that make them stand out amidst a tired genre.
The Hiding definitely brings a lot of great sounds here, and it’s on par with many of my personal favorites from Jade Tree (records), and I am definitely enjoying the sound they are creating. It very well may be my favorite new song right now, as it has a certain intangible quality. I’m not sure what it is, but it works. My new kitten Ronnie dug it enough to fall asleep in my shoe as I blasted the song. That’s the sign of a good song, it has soothed the savage beast. (Ronnie is named after Ronnie James Dio fyi)
If you’re interested in learning more about The Hiding, check out “Run City Run” via their official website here. You can connect with them on Facebook here, Twitter here, and check out their music video below, you’ll regret it if you don’t.