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A New Single and Video from Patch the Sky

A new single release from Patch the Sky gives off a vast and progressive rock tonality that comes through with a contemporary undertone but with an indie rock approach all coupled with this sort of cinematic feel and a warmth to it that feels good to listen to.

"Disintegrate" has a wonderful way of growing an intensity the deeper you listen, and the energy of the band is nearly perfect because it feels as if this was recorded live on the floor and the players are just feeding off of each other's energies the entire time which is outstanding.

The song also boasts a message that a lot of people can relate to, and I love the way that the whole thing is articulated lyrically because I think a lot of us have feelings and thoughts that we'd like to be able to express but just can't articulate it and that's why bands like this really blow my mind at times.

All the elements of this band complement each other, and they do keep to this pop undertone at times with quite an explosive second half of the track as the guitars and tonality of the song are generally clean and crisp throughout its course until that point where it explodes into distorted guitars and more of a rocked-out approach and it works like a charm.

You're still paying attention to everything that's being said because at this point you really feeding into the lyrics but now the band has this drive to it and the song's been building up to this the entire time which also shows that sort of emotional drive behind it and that growth in intensity I spoke of earlier.

It's outstanding how this song can sort of sway and swell as if it's breathing and alive and I think that's something that you get attached to pretty quickly along with the character that's delivered on the track.

Now this is something that I want to touch on because again, the character being delivered is what's really the relatable part and one of the things that pushes that envelope even further is the accompanying music video for the single.

I'm not going to give too much away of course but it's one of the best ways to listen to this track for the first time because then you're able to soak it in the way it was meant to be, so you have the visuals along with the music and it makes total sense.

This was a somewhat powerful song that again, kept to this cinematic backbone but was a surprisingly vivacious approach that builds and builds until it finally hits.

You can tell that this is done by a band that has a real love for their craft and I don't just mean singing or their instruments, I mean being able to put together and release a song as a band that speaks for them and others.

This is an important factor because not a lot of bands are artists do that anymore and so I like the honesty and the song I think that spoke to me.

This was tastefully performed and the whole thing makes you want to see this band live simply because if this kind of breathable energy is captured on record this way, then seeing them live must be awesome.

Check this song out when you can and watch the video when you do, we went ahead and embedded it below for you so you could do just that.

You're not doing anything else right now. Go ahead. Watch it.

This isn't a short song either, it's a good 6 minutes long or so and it's worth your time.

For arrangement and composition, energy, and liveliness, I'm giving this a straight up 8 out of 10 hands down.

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