With their new single, ‘You’re My Religion’, Spectral Display have risen to the top of the indie electronic world. The song is an early winter anthem that merits all of the praise it has been receiving since its debut.
The Netherlands band demonstrates that they are still as strong as ever, and they bring a new quality to the forefront of music. This music has futuristic characteristics that make it stick out like a sore thumb. However, explore deeper into the tune, and you’ll see that they also refresh inspirations from their early years on the scene in the 1980s.
The music is indenting, and it exudes a natural vitality. Michel’s structure, which he leverages as a producer and songwriter, is very stimulating. It bends and turns, leaving an indelible impression. Also, Paul Simon’s vocals bind everything together in a smooth manner. His tone is distinctive, and he comes across as well-defined yet not sounding a million miles away from today’s greatest vocalists.
‘You’re My Religion’ has a powerful connotation that revolves around enjoying the company of others. It’s an open and honest depiction of Paul’s feelings for his other half, and he’s not afraid to express himself. His words have a lot of meaning, and it will be a pleasure to the ears of anyone who enjoys meaningful lyrics with a fun instrumental.
Words by James Davids