By: Seamus Fay
Here to drop off their hazy, slow-burning debut single, “Blue”, a group by the name of Empty Hour joins our pages today in one of the best tracks I’ve heard in recent weeks. Empty Hours consists of two artists: Krew$ and Tyler J. Palmer. Each of these two diverse talents holds their own respective strengths and weaknesses, but once matched together, these are washed away as they form a collaborative environment in which the nature of their music seems to be based on inseparable chemistry.
Of course, this is all based on one song, but nevertheless, it’s a special song and one that I feel comfortable analyzing in this light due to the advanced artistry that Empty Hour’s debut offering possesses. The comforting guitar riffs and relaxed vocal deliveries mesh together to craft a warm-weathered sonic background, and playing up to this effect is the subject matter of the pursuit of love. With this, “Blue” also takes aim as one of the most illustrative releases I’ve heard in some time, and rightfully so. Krew$ and Palmer are on a roll with their first single under the Empty Hour, so be sure not to sleep.
Listen to “Blue” at the link below: