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Posted February 15, 2019 by Mike Mineo in Rock
 
 

Good Days – “Green”

“Green” is the latest entry in Good Days’ ongoing singles collection ROYGBIV, where the ban digs in heavily into the psychology of each color, “finding subject matter and emotions that lived in each color space,” in addition to recording in spaces that emphasize the particular color. With “Red,” “Orange,” and “Yellow,” already released, the band now explores greener pastures — with an upbeat, shimmering rocker that’s meant to get you moving. Ideal for a track that brings you into a weekend, “Green” benefits from exuberant vocals and soaring guitars within an accessible, hooky vein of rock.

The band had the following to say about “Green”:

Green, a signal of growth and progress. With a new year underway, it’s a good time for everyone to grow. Repeat the good and forgive and forget the bad. Resentment is the ultimate killer of progress. Move forward. Chart new paths. Continue to search for wisdom and forge on. There will be bumps and many obstacles but never waiver. There’s a righteous way to overcome even if it’s a way that’s never been done before. Stay open to creative solutions and let go of destructive mindsets. You are capable of amazing things no matter where you currently are in life. Look for more answers on the inside. Truth awakens joy. Share all your joyful discoveries with the world.

Our track “Green” is a reflection of this sentiment with its don’t-back-down attitude. An optimistic march to get the blood flowing and the body moving. It’s time for change. The good kind. So get moving. Thank you for being you. Here’s to a better version of you this year.

“Green” and other memorable tracks from this month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of February 2019’ Spotify playlist.

The track is also featured in the genre-based, best-of Spotify compilation Indie Rock.

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Mike Mineo

 
I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound. I used to write for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine. Send your music to [email protected].