The Orlando band sounds mainstream-ready on their confident new single.
With a sound that bridges American active rock and UK indie like the Fray, Orlando band Savannah have the kind of accessible sound that can easily click with mainstream audiences, and if there's one song that should do it, it's the ballad "A Million Faces". With the right balance of bombast and sentimentality, it's a big, wide-eyed charmer on their new EP Forma, the third of three EPs that will be combined into a full-length album called Spectrum later in the year.
"'A Million Faces' is my favorite song we recorded on Spectrum," says singer/pianist James Major. "The lyrics hit home in that they tell of my own journey through life. Specifically with music. Many of us have this awesome drive to be ambitious and pursue our dreams. Mine being music has been such an up and down roller coaster. What do people think of me? Why go all in with music? Why not pursue a real career? A million different opinions by a million different people. The moral is the only opinion that matters is your own. Happiness comes from within."
Forma will be released 11 August.