Fitting with the song’s trite lonely traveller theme, the music is a melange of influences; synth-pop, check; Latinesque guitar, check; EDM backing beat, check; sensitive new-age guy vocals, check.  This could have made for an interesting rhapsody but, as the song runs less than 3 minutes, it comes across as a little “something for everybody” and lacks any true character of its own.  Which brings me back to the polished production.  Wherever I Go, feels machine made, like something that has been buffed to a high sheen to hide its parentage.  It could have been released by a myriad of bands/artists without anyone questioning its origin.

This is an extract from a review originally published on the 5th June 2016. Please visit Renowned For Sound to read the full review.


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