Friday, February 14, 2014

White Washed Flower

The man that has become recently know as the one of the masterminds behind the undeniably addicted Beyonce album is back with his second solo offering, "Dust". Boots has taken a more abrasive approach on this song, stepping away from his strumming guitars to bring a booming track. It has an apocalyptic desert sound that is calm, but has this underlying sense that something big is ready to explode. His lyrics have the ability to appear as if they just flow out of his mind and into your ears, creating an everlasting impression on your very thoughts. Prepare for the apocalypse as Boots destroys all of his competition with this faded explosion of greatness.

1 comment:

  1. He compares her love to a whitewashed flower, just like a whitewashed flower would be dull, boring, and depressing; her love is lifeless and lame. site