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More is Nicole Saphos Band’s Single

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More is Nicole Saphos Band’s Single

As I hit the play button and the guitar riff filled the room I felt vibes that reminded me of the 80s.

Then as soon as Nicole Saphos, composer and the major architect of this musical project, began to sing, she added Folk and Alternative rock nuances. A genuinely intriguing sound blend as these different genres coexists in magical balance.

The vocal interpretation manages to speak directly to the listener’s soul as this voice is sincere and delicate like the first snow that falls on a meadow.

The artistic vision of Nicole and her band is refined. The harmonic and compositional choices are never predictable and banal and is evident the constant search to create real emotions in the listener.

I suggest to everyone to go and listen to Nicole Saphos Band you will be surprised by the quality of their songs.

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More is Nicole Saphos Band’s Single

Alt/Indie artist Nicole Saphos releases “More”, the second single from a forthcoming full length album “Figure Eights” is dropping on February 24th to all streaming platforms.

Inspired by offbeat 70s California singer-songwriters like Warren Zevon and Jackson Browne, “More” is an introspective, slow-burning indie rock song. While the chords and instrumentation evoke a similar era of heartland rock, the lyrical tone brings to mind an older generation of ballads, like Skeeter Davis’ 1962 hit “The End of the World”.

Being slightly offbeat is the part of Nicole Saphos’ music that has brought her fans, as she is able to blend her background in jazz and love of indie rock into genre bending music that has been compared to artists such as Fiona Apple and Aimee Mann.
In a nod to Brian Wilson’s production style on the iconic “Pet Sounds” album, Saphos made the unusual choice to include both upright and electric bass simultaneously on the track. Also of note, are the lush, cascading backing vocals, which first make their appearance on the bridge. The song patiently builds to an epic guitar solo and refrain, before ending wistfully on the question; “maybe another life, maybe another world?”

The album cover photo was taken in the California desert at Joshua Tree, and the pictured piano has been left out in the elements since 2004. Nicole performs the vocals, Fender Rhodes, upright bass, ukulele, and Conn Organ on the track alongside her long-time bandmates, Ele Rubenstein (drums and electric bass) and John Lee (guitar).

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