Although there is a certain throwback sensibility to the guitar tone, this song stands as a modern take on something Tom Petty might have written, both because the lead vocal has a similar unassuming quality to it, and because the drums feel like something Steve Ferrone would play. It’s a washed-out guitar lick over a straight groove, with a bunch of reverb on top like melted butter.
For the verse, we are given a fuzzy harmonium sound, and are introduced to the superior lyricism, which uses a sense of honest self-discovery to explore the details of life, and the unique role that time plays in it.
In the morning I am guilty
She's flying out the door
While I dream, like I was before
When I Had Infinity, the new single from Aussie band Camarano, might just get you to take a look at yourself in the mirror. After all, it is never too late to be the person you want to be.
Singer-songwriter and producer Camarano mesmerizes fans with his genre-bending sounds. This song is featured on our CHILL NEW Songwriters playlist.