Isaac Winemiller – “Just Let it In”


The tumults of life can inspire a range of struggles, from addiction and depressing to a lingering sense of solitude. Through it all, relationships — both with oneself and their friends/families/partners — often provide levels of compassion and nurturing that can serve as beacons of light against the darkness.

The latest single from Montana-based artist Isaac Winemiller, the sophisti-pop styled “Just Let it In” emphasizes that beautiful sentiment in its reassuring chorus — “hold on to the people that love you, trust yourself deeply within,” — amidst smooth vocals, twangy guitars, and a lushly engrossing production.

Per Winemiller, the release serves “as a poignant and unflinching exploration of the multifaceted struggles encompassing depression, drug abuse, and the relentless weight of life’s stresses.”

He continues: “At its core, “Just Let It In” is a heartfelt testament to the enduring significance of nurturing the love that resides within the intricate web of relationships that surround us. It delves into the profound journey of self-discovery, emphasizing the profound importance of finding love within one’s own heart.”

“Don’t wanna fight anymore,” the vocals let out as brassy elements intertwine, adding further laid-back enamoring to the hooky, polished pop approach. “Just Let it In” is a thorough success from Isaac Winemiller.

This and other tracks featured this month can be streamed on the updating Obscure Sound’s ‘Best of October 2023’ Spotify playlist.

Mike Mineo

I'm the founder/editor of Obscure Sound, which was formed in 2006. Previously, I wrote for PopMatters and Stylus Magazine.

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