August 20, 2019
Tune-In Tuesdays #32: Feels Like Summer by Samuel Jack
“Feels Like Summer” by Samuel Jack coverSource: Feels Like Summer | Samuel Jack
“Feels Like Summer” is the infectious, sentimental pop ballad by Samuel Jack that’ll leave you longing for just a little more summer before autumn’s upon us.
A Bit of Context…
Samuel Jack is a UK-based musician and a self-described “emotive story teller,” according to his website.
For Jack, he said writing is a form of therapy to him. It’s a passion that helps him translates feelings of love, pain, and occasionally politics, into beautiful, harmonious anthems.
Feels Like Summer
“Feels Like Summer” begins with soft, delicate chords while Jack’s powerful voice takes on a more gentle tone.
The track continues to build up as the pace increases and pop-synth sound FX lead into invigorating horns.
The lyrics are sweet, heartfelt, and catchy. The melody is mesmerizing and practically impossible not to dance along to.
Overall, “Feels Like Summer” is a steady, consistent, pop track that feels very much like a summer hit-single.
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