Max C Bud Talks About a "Temptress"
Max C Bud's new song "Temptress" harnesses the easygoing vibes of soft, synth-smoothed indie rock to magnificently mellow effect.
It's tempting to leave "Temptress" on repeat.
"...Why do I feel this way?"
A ceiling fan and an open window compete for failure in a baking room.
You're a puddle against the wall. She's a boiler in the corner.
You shake your head and pour out the door. Now you're freezing.
"It shouldn't be hard to decide..."
"Temptress" is a full-spectrum wave of sounds. It washes over you from start to finish with soft, unrelenting force.
Lyrically, Max makes a point of moving on from an unfulfilling relationship, dubbing his love interest 'Temptress'. His thoughts play through a light fog of effects, joining guitar and synths in gentle motion.
"Temptress" sounds like dim neon looks; soft as whispers and bright as stars. The synths enliven the outer edges of the mix throughout and Bud's vocals seat themselves atop it all.
Indie pop rockers will find a lot to love in this tune. But, then again, so will anyone else. Go ahead and listen!
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