Greg Schlotthauer

Greg Schlotthauer

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Pop - Rock | New York, United States
Total Song Plays: 194   
Member Since: 2018
   Last Login: over 30 days ago
   Sounds Like: Arcade Fire, Elton John, Coldplay, Nick Drake, New Pornographers, Tears for Fears, Crowded House,

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Song Description

This is a mid-tempo, toe-tapping and interesting pop song with acoustic guitar, piano and a busy, melodic bass line with a quirky and lyrical vocal melody and East Indian percussion. It has a dreamy energy, written to convey deep thoughts at dusk. The song is about free thought and encourages world travel. With such dynamic ranges, classic rock instrumentation and harmonies, the piece has an intellectual, Beatlesque influence.

Story Behind the Song

I was on top of a hill in Surat, India, looking down at a herd of cows sifting through trash on a city street and thought I have a pattern of shifting my mood into beauty about every day, wherever I am, at dusk. It made me think of telling my equally weird sister, "I love you at 4:30" and writing a song about it that encourages free thought and world travel.

Song Length
5:12
Genres
Pop - General, Unique - Soundtracks
Tempo / Feel
Medium (111 - 130)
Lead Vocal
Male Vocal
Moods
Welcoming, Content

Subject Matter
Philosophy, Encouragement

Similar Artists
Coldplay, Elton John, Death Cab For Cutie, Beatles, Tears for Fears, Ben Folds, Crowded House, Fleetwo
Language
English
Era
1970 - 1979

Lyric Credits Greg Schlotthauer
Music Credits Greg Schlotthauer
Producer Credits Greg Schlotthauer
Performance Credits Greg Schlotthauer, Corney Mims, Andrew Jaimez, Paul Roessler, Kate Petterle McGann, Marcus Watkins