WE REVIEW THE NEW SINGLE FROM NIXON TATE – FEEBLE HEARTS
Nixon Tate returns with a new single accompanied by his full band in a song that deals with hardship, loneliness, and personal battles in his exciting new single, Feeble Hearts.
In a song that blends both styles of Springsteen and Sam Fender, the jangly guitar-centric and caramel-smooth vocal harmonies provide a song bursting with as much emotion as it does instrumental energy.
Feeble Hearts whilst both dark in theme and imagery, is a triumphant piece of melodic alt-rock with enticingly poetic guitar tones that warm the soul over the difficulty the lyrical themes possess. The chorus is the pièce de résistance of the track where everything from the steady verses of guitars and drums and the vocal thematics come together and explode with emotions.
It’s catchy as choruses go but with real meaning behind it, it relates well from an audience perspective and touches the soul deeply. It’s a song of hope and the gradual beating of the drums and steady bass rhythms give the feeling of progression, perhaps negatively in the first verse, but once the second comes into play it certainly picks up its emotions.
The lead guitar riff in the chorus really adds to the warmth the vocals possess as the picked jangly notes resonate well before wailing out in the bridge.
From its bridge to a returning chorus, things are very rock songs by numbers in their tempo, bars, and progression, but that’s what makes Feeble Hearts such a tasteful rock song. It’s creative, inventive, and classic.