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Hidden

by Drowning at Dawn

The all new single from the 'Hidden EP', released on January 19, 2012. Hidden is a catchy, upbeat song with riffs that are simple, but empowering. Drowning at Dawn shows growth in both, this song and the residing EP.
Genre: Rock: Adult Alternative Pop/Rock
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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The third single released from the 'Hidden EP' on December 5, 2011. 'Hidden' is the catchy, empowering song that makes you want more from this band. It makes you think and catches your ear by surprise in it's own personal way. Vocalist, Ja'Cory Lavine, really shows off his vocals skills, hitting the low notes and the some high alto notes. The vocal pattern is quite different, but doesn't branch out to space too much. Guitarists, Andrew Guidry, and Cassie Olguin have also outdone themselves with this simple catchy riff. It compliments the vocals and mood of the song so nicely. This band has really ended the year out with a bang.


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Ben L.

Float Like A Butterfly, Sting Like A Bee
The title above is exactly what this song reminds me of. It starts off slow and brooding. It gives off that rainy day, soft rock feeling. The intro captures your attention as you observe the beat and study the melody to try to figure what it is that makes this song different. When the verse starts, it hits you. The vocals seem to be completely different compared to the average rock singer or even pop singer, but it fits for this song. The lyrics also capture your attention too, as you still listen to the actual vocals, cause they're not bad at all. The line, "As I lay there on the ground, bleeding lies that were never found", really makes you want to stay and listen to the rest. It's not your average song. The beat drops, and the hook/chorus comes out and is just as you hoped it would be, but didn't expect it to be. Once again, listening to the lyrics makes you understand the music and the song better and gives you the chills as you probably compare it to something you've done and or feel. I really like this, and I think this band could go far. This particular song is amazing and it just might be a different direction compared to the 'Your Honor - Single'.