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CHAPELL

WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM CHAPELL

Listening to CHAPELL’s latest single, “When the Music Plays Again,” is like taking a stroll through the streets of New York City, I imagine. The soft rock sensibility.

The song opens with a lovely bit of piano. Then straight into it. There’s a certain rawness in his voice, a sense of vulnerability, especially given the song’s theme.

The chorus is where the song truly shines, thanks in no small part to Lorenza’s violin. Her playing takes the track to a new level, infusing it with a poignant beauty that lingers long after the song ends. The interplay between the violin and guitar is particularly striking. It’s the kind of musical collaboration that feels effortlessly organic, like two old friends speaking a language only they understand.

Lyrically, “When the Music Plays Again” is both simple and profound. CHAPELL captures the essence of an artist’s struggle during times of silence

While the violin and guitar are standout elements, the overall production could benefit from a touch more dynamism. The soft rock genre offers plenty of room for subtle shifts in tempo and intensity, and incorporating these elements could add an exciting layer to the song.

If you’re in the mood for a soft rock anthem that tugs at the heartstrings while offering a glimmer of hope, look no further than CHAPELL’s “When the Music Plays Again.” So, give it a listen, let the music wash over you, and remember: the music will play again.

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