Head up in the Sky
Style: Acoustic RockYear: 2015 time: 3'03" A happy, lighthearted track starting with an Ukulele intro and Mbira melodies over African percussion and slowly growing to a full band final chorus. An Ukulele solo graces the middle section of the song.
Style: Acoustic RockYear: 2015 time: 3'18" An open door, a new hope. It starts with an ukulele and a soft electric guitar melody and then the whole band joins in on this positive, contemporary track. Uplifting choruses and dynamic crescendo sections, with added strings and reverse guitars, lend this song an intriguing quality.
O Christmas Tree - 70s Remix
Style: Acoustic RockYear: 2014 time: 1'49" This version of the famous Christmas carol starts very softly with bells and 12 string guitars and slowly builds up adding flutes, strings and full drums for a grand finale in the style a of a famous Christmas pop hit of the mid 70s.
Deck the Halls - Green Remix
Style: Christmas/HolidayYear: 2014 time: 2'31" What would happen if Green Day teamed up with Brian May to play a Christmas Carol? Bombastic drums, pumping bass lines, triple harmony lead guitars… Oh, and sleigh bells…
Style: PopYear: 2013 time: 4'08" A happy, carefree Ukulele riff is soon joined by a simple melody and percussion and, with the help of drums and electric guitars, evolves into a full, energetic pop track with a bit of Caribbean and Hawaiian feel. It sounds like summer, girls dancing on the beach, sunny days and warm, breezy nights.
Brand New Way
Style: RockYear: 2013 time: 3'12" Acoustic guitars strum a short intro before this track explodes in a powerful Alt Rock anthem with a simple but memorable melody carried by electric guitars and male voices. Wall of Sound choruses contrast with a softer verse and bridge that build up to the climax once again. A feeling of melancholy pervades the whole track.
Style: Acoustic RockYear: 2013 time: 3'40" Driving with your top down on a perfect sunny day, not a care in the world. A smooth blend of electric and acoustic guitars, strumming and weaving positive melodies over energetic drums and bass. A feel-good track that grows in intensity from intro to the final chorus.
Style: RockYear: 2012 time: 3'20" A driving synth bass line and guitar stabs build the tension till the track explodes in a full rocker driven by straight, powerful drums and steaming guitars. A wailing slide guitar line keeps the tension high while the tracks moves through different dynamic levels. A touch of 80's mainstream rock but still a very contemporary sound. Think speed, highways and smoking tyre tracks...
Style: LatinYear: 2012 time: 3'05" Relaxing on a bed of Nylon Guitars and latin percussion an uplifting acoustic guitar theme transports you to the seaside, with a drink in your hand, watching the sun set into the ocean, preparing for another exciting and carefree night out. Theme variations, a guitar solo and percussion breaks complete the song.
Style: ElectronicYear: 2012 time: 3'30" Happy, energetic, fresh electronic track. A driving bass line supports subliminal melodies while brass and organ counterpoint lends movement to the song. The middle section shifts to a more serious mood to create tension and resolve back to the main theme. Ideal for TV show theme or background whether it's industrial, scientific or sports
Style: RockYear: 2012 time: 3'00" Lighthearted and energetic rock tune with a catchy chorus driven by a simple, effective guitar line. Dynamic shifts in the verse and bridges plus a guitar solo keep the tension high throughout the track. Ideal for teen oriented material and also for sports and comedy.
Here You Are
Style: RockYear: 2010 time: 3'48" A long lost friend or lover is found again, a feeling of new happiness is defined by a simple, catchy guitar intro. The full band comes in and supports the melody with a solid but elegant assortment of acoustic and electric guitars. Variations on the intro with fx and loops follow the guitar solo.
Style: RockYear: 2009 time: 3'31" Cross a white whale with a black dog, add bombastic drums, killer guitar riffs, garnish with 30 seconds of theremin laced, psychedelic atmospheres and top it with a searing Les Paul solo: that's the recipe for the perfect Led Zeppelin pastiche. Warning: it's LOUD!
No Ordinary Day
Style: RockYear: 2010 time: 3'54" Even on an ordinary, rainy day there's hope for a bright, sunny tomorrow. This soft rock track sets the mood going from a slightly melancholic intro and verses to an energetic, uplifting chorus. Electric guitars and piano weave delicate and positive melodies upon a bed of acoustic guitars.
Fooling Around Again
Style: RockYear: 2009 time: 3'37" An uplifting, energetic acoustic guitar riff opens this happy pop/rock track.The whole band soon joins in and subtle Hammond and Choir textures lend a Gospel touch to the song. A beautiful atmospheric guitar solo completes the tune.