Moral Pleasures With His Sentimental Track "Prospero"
Introducing one amazing artist known as Moral Pleasures (solo act of Ryan McKinley, lead guitarist of the blue-collar punk band Pkew Pkew Pkew). In a brooding, cinematic swirl of ambient synth pads and distorted Telecaster riffs, Moral Pleasuresbrews up a bewitching concoction for his listeners. Perhaps even more enticing than the emotionally charged, gritty instrumentation setting the mood for the track is the vulnerability of lead McKinley's vocals – emotive, breathy, and intimate as if whispering a confession into your ear. With the release of his newest single "Prospero", he projects a very soothing track that will certainly captivate your ears. Starting the track with vibrant instrumentation leading onto his soft and sweet vocals he completes the track entirely. To explain the track further it's about control, time, and memory. You can cultivate long and meaningful relationships in your life, but at some point, you’ll have to learn how to say goodbye to someone you love. You can’t keep someone physically alive or healthy forever, but the place they hold in time and memory is a form of eternal life. To the vocals and production, this track portrays a very sentimental feeling that will surely have you just listening in silence. Being just perfect for a late night drive or alone within your thoughts. Go stream "Prospero" and check out his discography which is filled with amazing tracks.