Sometimes it is necessary to see from a 3rd person’s perspective to know the truth behind a relationship or the feelings that form. “Lost in perspective” is a song about the moment of realization, when someone finally becomes alone and clearly sees outside the relationship for the first time, that the hatred has been directed in the wrong way. When it’s not about me, you, or us, the emotion at question may be regret, sadness, loneliness, or a continuation of all those moments.
“Lost in perspective” is the second single to be on NELL’s next full-length album to be released in 2016. Unlike the previous “Star Shell”, with a rough rock music feel, “Lost in perspective” is more sentimental and solitary, which are signature to NELL’s songs.
Without any mechanical computer sequencing, the track is based on piano, guitar, drum, bass, and orchestra sounds. The natural, but broad sound scape builds anticipation for NELL’s upcoming album.
It’s been a while, and I wanted to take this opportunity to ask for your patience as my time has not been as lenient as before. Therefore, each week I will try to do a recap of everything that has been part of my week, starting with this week’s songs I’ve been interested in.
‘The Great Escape’ was NELL’s follow up track of their album, “Newton’s Apple’. The title song is called “Four Times Around The Sun’. Unlike its title track, ‘The Great Escape’ includes more of a rock vibe, with drum beats and electric guitars leading ahead. NELL’s vocalist especially brings out the best charms of the song, making it a good song to listen along to.
Korea’s top band Nell is releasing a new single ‘Green Nocturne’.
The song reflects on oneself by singing out the past when we were brave, sincere while unsure and insecure. Nell, however, does not praise or consulate those past, but just whisper serenity with the calming sounds of acoustic guitar.
This winter, a beautiful melody of ‘Green Nocturne’ is dedicated to the winter of 2014, which will never come back.