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Native Culture - Bella

ReviewsCHILLFILTRmp3, picks
Native Culture - Bella

The sweet sound of love adorns this hopeful chamber-pop ballad - it’s the confection of an obsession: the moment you see everything all at once.

The thing about falling for someone is that it is an inherently dangerous act. One can be forgiven for having just a bit of pause; if only we could choose when and how it happens.

From the first that I saw you
I knew that I was home
I found a sense of something
That made me feel like I belonged
I tasted of a glory
That I’d never known before
One glimpse of your beauty
And it left me wanting more
— Native Culture

Clearly there was potential; the final directive here is to shine a light on the importance of timing. The emotional dance of a relationship with someone is based on equal partnership, but also on an agreement to jump at the same time.

Oh Bella won’t you wait and see
Oh Bella I wish I could guarantee
I don’t want to dream at a distance
cause it’s far too much to bear
and if you’re standing at the shoreline
it means that I’m not there
— Native Culture

Because sometimes love gets away from you, and you don’t know why; you just know that it’s gone.

Native Culture is:

VOCALS: Dave Hogg

GUITAR: Casey Tomberlin

KEYS: Jeremiah George

BASS: Alex Melendez

This is the first track from Bella: the story of pursuing a 10 year dream to move across the world and experience la dolce vita, told through one song each month.

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