Wyoming-based artist Silo Hill conjures a theatrical rock sound on the catching new track “No, I Don’t Quite Know What You Mean.” The track’s knack for a intriguing shifts is evident from the get-go; a sudden rhythmic push and theatrical vocal reflection commencing after the title-referencing vocal. Bass-heavy verses round the one-minute mark with vigor, guiding into the serenely melodic “is this the way it’s always been?” bridge, a bit reminiscent of Sparks in the vocal excitement and charismatic guitar tones. Silo Hill impresses with smart songwriting and stylish charm throughout “No, I Don’t Quite Know What You Mean.”
“No, I Don’t Quite Know What You Mean” is the first single from Silo Hill’s upcoming debut album, Neither Here Nor There, out on October 8th.
“No, I Don’t Quite Know What You Mean” and other memorable tracks from this month can also be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of September 2021’ Spotify playlist.