Ronny Morris's "Windows" Will Open Up Your Mind
Alt. Rock with an existential bend... Ronny Morris's "Windows" wakes the mind as it stills the heart.
All the meaning of modern music comes casual, footing midtempo movement under a fog of feel-good harmony.
Telltale signs catch a glimmer of light.
Hope like a lamp. Time like a sieve.
You live with a ghost. Ignis fatuus...
What comes after us? You hope no one's right.
"Dealing with the pain that follows..."
An easy pace puts your edge out to pasture in "Windows". Like a leisurely drive in the countryside, this track takes you back to a place of peace.
There's definite Travis tone in this song's sound, and enough Eagle Eye Cherry to save tonight. Far from a mere derivative tune, though, "Windows" proves the concept and capacity of laid-back rock listening with its own dynamic touches.
Round the edge of the 3 minute mark is a switch-up. Come the chorus, acoustic plucks prickle the mids and each verse traverses a bass-lead byway. By the way such subtleties are structured, it's nigh on impossible not to succumb to zen.
For a chance at stilling your mind a moment, this tune is ideal. Press play on "Windows" and the works of Ronny's full album "Sweet Silence" with zeal.
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