The pure pop-power and upbeat energy of Destiny, the latest from Boston roots-rockers Copilot, is enough to lift up even the roughest of mornings. Equal parts self-effacement, warm hug, and rock anthem, this fun track is not to be taken too seriously, although wearing a helmet is always an option.
The massive mezzo-soprano from Quealy pairs well with the retro-pop vibe from that Wurlitzer, and the vocal harmony feel natural and lively. The tube-driven sounds of the Leslie and the lead guitar blend well with the husky soul that drives the non-linear narrative, while Destiny asks a question that is as old as human thought.
Got no control, destiny; I need some help, destiny
What does it mean to have choice? Copilot might not have all the answers, but this roots-party rock number can be the soundtrack to figuring it out, one glorious mistake at a time.
Massachusetts-based Copilot is made up of powerhouse vocalist Maggie Quealy, charismatic frontman Ry McDonald, bassist Austin Beveridge, and drummer Dylan Allwine. This song is featured on our Roots Collection playlist.Share this post: