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Pitch Feather / Press

“Music is a journey. It is a search for independence and freedom to pursue your dreams. At least, this is what local indie band Pitch Feather exemplifies through their music. Whether in their poignant, soulful lyrics, the tinge of tear-jerking, atmospheric instrumentals, or the way the band records and produces music from their own humble studio, Pitch Feather seeks to inspire the masses through their beliefs and aspirations, that so evidently surface from the depths of their music.”

“There is something rather magnetic about Pitch Feather’s music. I found myself replaying “Usual Day” several times before somewhat reluctantly moving on and checking out their other amazing tunes. Needless to say, I was hooked. Their tunes are simple and catchy, bolstered by the fact that the band did not shy away from using a wide range of instruments. Having strings and horns in the mix contributed greatly to the richness of Pitch Feather’s sound.”

“Forged with heartwarming lyrics, captivating vocals, and the spectacular craft to create subtle dreamy soundscapes in their music, Pitch Feather is definitely a band to look out for in the local music scene!”

“With crystal clear lilting vocals and harmonious melodies reminiscent of azure summer skies and waist-high lalangs gently dancing in the wind, Pitch Feather’s music transports you to a landscape that contradicts Singapore’s city skyline. The result is unique musical blend that is easy on the ears. The band’s fearless incorporations of instruments such as strings and horns constitutes to an instant click of the replay button whenever a song ends.”

“The neatly drawn song structures are lifted by some velvety use of composition and instruments which wrap around the overall out-put to great effect and raise this above the vaguely interesting, to a sound worth seeking out.”