Monsters- PIEKSby Thomas R. The Writer
The only boundary on PIEKS’ talent is that he is underrated. Like most novel young artists, PIEKS is also in the phase of gaining recognition. Most of his songs go unnoticed, although they hold the potential to be acknowledged and appreciated among the youth.
Monsters are the first song that PIEKS released, under the supervision of Kevin Bard. This song has a distinctive and powerful tone and a message that can run chills down your spine. It is a blend of alternative/Indie, and vocalizes the verity of loss, and how the terrors of such a loss keep on chasing you like monsters. As the title exhibits, this song talks about monsters, the ones that live in your head. PIEKS examines the tragic loss he experienced, through a pensive as well as the petrified lens.
Furthermore, the video is the forte of this song. We find the video visually remarkable and think that it can leave an aesthetically pleasing effect on your mind. It has a bizarre but affecting vibe. You can see how the video itself complements the song adeptly and propels the artistic idea hidden behind it to a different level. We love the color tones and how they match with the song.
You can see in the beginning and also the ending of the song, how PIEKS is running away from something. It mainly indicates that he is trying to break loose from the monsters that won’t leave him alone as the lyrics itself signifies, “they won’t slow down, they won’t stop now” it is one of the most thought-provoking lines. We specifically love the chorus, how the rich vocals and the high strains create an energizing sensation. There is a sense of vulnerability in the lyrics and a driving and engaging strain dredged on the chorus every time the line “do you believe in monsters” turns up.
Taking everything into consideration, the vocals, the cinematography, and the exceptional strains are what make this song worthy of recognition. Therefore it is highly recommended, and we can assure you that you won’t stop replaying.
Created on Nov 19th 2020 17:54. Viewed 122 times.