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Modern Life is Sahara CyberStars’ Single Out Now

Good Day Noir Family,
Sahara CyberStars take a fresh spin on classic sounds with their new single, “Modern Life.”

Modern Life is Sahara CyberStars’ Single Out Now

The track immediately throws you into a sun-drenched scene, the rhythm guitar and keys conjuring images of swaying palm trees and a turquoise ocean breeze.

This foundation is pure Police, a welcome throwback that feels nostalgic and fresh.

Lyrically, “Modern Life” isn’t simply a beach vacation soundtrack. The smooth, intense vocals delve into the complexities of navigating a changing world.

As the city stretches out before you, the song ponders how our perceptions and priorities shift in the face of progress.

The saxophone solo perfectly captures this duality, it’s undeniably sexy, but there’s a melancholic undercurrent that lingers after the last note fades.

Sahara CyberStars haven’t lost their touch for sophisticated songwriting.

“Modern Life” is a masterclass in balancing catchy melodies with thought-provoking themes. It’s a song that will stay with you long after the last wave crashes ashore.

Modern Life is Sahara CyberStars’ Single Out Now!


Reflective!


The speed of life is increasing exponentially and where has it got us? Are things better or are we being told they are while just surviving day to day. In any race there are less winners so who’s looking out for those falling behind.
In the past people holidayed in tents and caravans, returning home for everyday life. Today we see pictures of tents in the cities.

The demographic of people living in these has changed in an extraordinary way. Homelessness was caused by many reasons however unemployment was usually the cause. Today, some fully employed people are living in cars, tents, or if lucky, a caravan.
A huge housing crisis seems to have spread globally like a virus.




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