Walk Off the Earth (Sarah Blackwood, Joel Cassady, Gianni Luminati, Ryan Marshall and Mike Taylor) is able to restore your religion in New York City with a feel-good ode to the Big Apple titled "Fifth Avenue," premiering solely on Streets Talkin right this moment (Sept. 27).
Exploring the wonders and challenges of dwelling within the concrete jungle, the upbeat, New York-inspired tune narrates each the approaching of age and the fixed epiphanies introduced by the chaotic — however endlessly inspiring — life within the metropolis.
"New York has been the supply of many necessary milestones for us on our journey as a band, and it felt like the precise time to create a tune honoring this wonderful metropolis that for us and so many others has helped flip desires into actuality," Cassady, the band's percussionist, tells Streets Talkin.
Kicking off with a sequence of whistles, the optimistic monitor reveals off the band's simple chemistry. Individual vocal stylings by Marshall, Blackwood and Luminati's mesh seamlessly with elaborated harmonies and epic melodic preparations, and the monitor even options signature New York noises like cab drivers screaming, "Asshole!"
Giving again to town that gave them a hand once they wanted probably the most, the Canadian indie-pop band praises NYC with intelligent lyrics like "But town is a jungle/And it's conserving me humble," and the catchy refrain, "It's just like the fourth of July once I'm dwelling my life/Hanging with the Mets and the Yankees each night time/Making my desires come true/On Fifth Avenue."
Get a primary hear of Walk Off the Earth's new single "Fifth Avenue" under.