Good Day Noir Family,
I already reviewed Fly The Nest in the past but he is out now with a new cool single and I want to share my opinion about it.
For the second time this artist hit me with his nostalgic and twilight music that makes you want to take the car and wander the streets of the city in search of yourself.
The production is excellent and the chord progression is never banal. The rhythmic and melodic twists manage to keep the listener’s attention high for the entire duration of the song.
Fly The Nest’s new single “Say Hello” is mature and ready to be appreciated by the general public.
Frankly, it seems incredible to me that an artist with this compositional talent and with the quality of music he composes has so few plays on Spotify … I believe every day more that the algorithm that suggests music on Spotify, Apple Music, and Amazon is completely drunk.
Nowadays finding a good song is like going to the mine, you have to carry a pick and shovel and dig to find a gem.
Today I found one so recommend this beautiful song to everyone.
Say Hello is Fly The Nest’s Single Out Now!
Mature and Wonderful!
“I wrote this quite a long time ago.” So says Stephen Cooper, the mind behind Fly the Nest, of his latest single, ‘Say Hello’. “Now just seemed like the right time for this song.”
Featuring a blend of Fly the Nest’s signature cinematic rock, and a newly intimate subject matter, Cooper explains that this song sees him writing purely from the heart, a departure from some of the more global themes of his discography to date. This song permits a certain sentimentality for both Cooper and listeners. “Something doesn’t work out, and you’re waiting for that person to come back – you could nearly be waiting till you’re an old man. It gets into that.”
The track is built out of a haunting atmosphere, and a fascinating coupling with what Cooper describes as a “90s oasis vibe”. “I like to keep that cinematic vibe going through my songs. The emptiness of the start, by the end, it’s all built up. And yet this song is simple – it’s about the power of someone just saying hello.”
‘Say Hello’ was written by Stephen Cooper, and produced by Pete Doherty. Its artwork was created by Julien Jensen, and seeks to evoke a sense of idleness, and a longing for contact.